Apple iPad: Key Specifications for the iPad (9th Generation), iPad Air (5th Generation), and iPad mini 6 Surface on the Internet
The iPad Air (5th generation) is expected to include a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with Touch ID functionality on the side.
Apart from the new iPhone phones due later this year, Apple is said to be working on numerous iPad versions. While a specific release date has yet to be determined, a new report reveals the future iPad versions and their potential features. The Cupertino tech behemoth is working on three iPad models: the fifth-generation iPad Air, the iPad mini 6, and the entry-level iPad (9th generation). The chassis for the fifth-generation iPad Air is said to be based on the iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation).
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The forthcoming iPad Air (5th generation), iPad mini 6, and iPad (9th generation) devices have been detailed by the Japanese blog Mac Otakara. The iPad Air (5th generation) is expected to include a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with Touch ID functionality on the side. The iPad Air (5th generation) is expected to include a dual rear camera, with one wide-angle camera and another ultra-wide-angle lens. There might also be a LiDAR sensor. The fifth-generation iPad Air is also likely to include a four-speaker audio system and be compatible with 5G NR mmWave. Finally, the A15 Bionic chip may be used to power it.
According to the rumor, the iPad mini 6 and iPad (9th generation) may not have a different chassis and will look identical to the iPad (8th generation) and iPad mini (5th generation). Both devices are expected to be powered by Apple’s A14 Bionic processor. The form factor is expected to stay the same until at least 2022.
In terms of the premium iPad Pro model, Apple debuted the 12.9-inch iPad Pro with Mini-LED display this year but did not include it in the 11-inch iPad Pro. According to TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s recent investor letter, things will alter next year. The Mini-LED display technology, according to Kuo, will not be confined to the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2022, but will also be accessible on the smaller 11-inch iPad Pro.