IPad mini 6 specifications leaked, may include A14 Bionic SoC, USB Type-C
The specifications of the iPad mini 6 have reportedly been leaked on the web. The next-gen iPad mini will share many similarities with the iPad Air 4 according to an insider. The iPad mini 6 is said to be compatible with Apple Pencil 2 and includes the company’s A14 Bionic chip. Apple updated its iPad mini lineup with the launch of the iPad mini 5 last year. That model came with Apple Pencil support and included the A12 Bionic chip. The next generation iPad mini also featured a Retina display.
An anonymous whistleblower using the pseudonym 0-0-0 on Twitter has filtered out the specifications of the iPad mini 6. The insider also claims that the new offering will come with a boxy design that could be similar to the latest iPad Air and iPad Pro models.
IPad mini 6 specifications (expected)
In terms of specs, the insider says that the iPad mini 6 will feature an 8.5-inch Liquid Retina display and will be powered by the A14 bionic chip, along with 4GB of RAM. The iPad mini 6 is also said to have two batteries and a USB Type-C port. This is different from iPad mini 5 which comes with a Lightning connector. The new iPad mini model is also said to have support for the Apple pencil 2. Also, they are rumored to have the same cameras as available about him iPad Air 4.
The insider does not provide any details on the launch date of the iPad mini 6. However, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a note published in June foretold that the 8.5-inch iPad mini could arrive sometime in the first half of 2021. He mentioned that it might come with a 20W power adapter.
Said that Apple It hasn’t provided any details on the iPad mini 6. So it’s safe to consider its ongoing rumors with a pinch of salt.