Four years after the launch of the iPad mini 4, Apple has finally announced new releases of Mac Otakara and DigiTimes . MacRumors . They are not the only ones waiting for Apple's miniature tablets. Last month, Bloomberg also reported that this year we were able to see an updated iPad mini, and this was further confirmed by the iPad mentioned in iOS 12.2.
However, despite the apparent changes seen on the iPad and iPad Pro during mini-breaks, a new tablet seems to be a very traditional affair. Mac Otakara lists the dimensions of a tablet that is identical to the current model and reports that it will continue to use the combination of the Lightning connector and the 3.5 mm headphone jack, despite the fact that last year's iPad Pro abandoned both sides. one USB-C port. Apparently, the location of the back microphone may change upwards, but it's the only physical change that has been reported.
Inside, it looks like we can meet the specifics, although it is not clear how much it will be. It is reported that the iPad mini 5 can use the A1
Except for the specification, the new gadget seems to offer a very traditional iPad experience. This means that portable portable accessories that are permitted for use with the Pro USB-C port, while the physical dimensions indicate that we will not see a radically changed device. This means that if gaming security allows Apple to keep the price of its smallest tablet, it may justify its place in the line.