The iPad Mini 6 will apparently not sport mini-LED, as some reports had claimed. Instead, it has an LCD display and is expected to be released at Apple’s event in California next week.
Apple is expected to unveil a number of devices at its new device launch event on September 14th. One such upcoming product will be the iPad Mini 5’s successor, but fans may not like what they see in this new leak.
The Apple iPad Mini 6 will launch alongside the iPhone 13 series, the new generation of Apple AirPods, and the Apple Watch Series 7. The source reiterates some more details about this device such as its dimensions with a Type-C port and an 8.4-inch display that has symmetrical speakers along one side.
iPad Mini 6 Rumored Specs
Several rumors and leaks have appeared, however, still we don’t know what exactly Apple had planned for its launch event. Besides this, the six-generation iPad Mini will feature a Touch ID on another side while having just one rear camera lens but also includes upcoming features like second-generation Apple Pencil compatibility.
The iPad Mini 6 may have an LCD screen, after all. In the past few months reports from China have been split between a mini-LED or a traditional LCD on Apple’s new tablet device. However, Panda tipster on Weibo says that it will feature an LCD instead of Mini LED technology used in its bigger brother – The iPad Pro 12″.
A recently leaked specification sheet claims the iPad mini (2021) will have a True Tone 8.4-inch 2048 x 1536 resolution display with 326 pixels per inch and an A15 Bionic chipset powering it which also sports 4GB or 6GB of memory, storage options at 64GB and 256 GB while there is support for Apple Pencil 2. The backside has an 8MP camera while on the front is a 7 MP FaceTime camera.
Rumors and speculation abound for the upcoming iPad mini (2021). Will it have a bigger screen? What about more RAM or storage capacity, will that be changed too? How much do we really know at this point in time though? Well, We will know exactly what to expect with the iPad mini (2021) in less than a week. We’ll just have to wait and see!