The iPad Mini 5 hasn’t been announced yet, but there are many reports pointing out to a 2017 release, because the tablet hasn’t showed up at the most recent tech events. Also, rumors claim that the screen of the iPad Mini 5 will benefit from the 3D Touch feature and it will run on either iOS 10, if it will be launched before September, or iOS 11.
Its expected hardware configuration will include an A9 or an A10 chipset, a primary camera of 12MP with True Tone flash technology, two variants of internal memories of 32GB and 128GB, a Smart Connector, quad speakers and if Apple will not decide to ditch the 3.5mm headphone stereo jack, many fans will appreciate it. The tablet will arrive in three screen sizes and their diagonals will measure 9.7-inch, 10.1-inch and 12.9-inch.
As for the iPad Pro 2, it will come in three variants also, and according to UniversityHerald, the 10.5-inch variant will be used for educational and commercial sectors. The device will be powered by a more powerful A10X chip whose performance was spotted in Geekbench, where it scored 6588 in the multi-core score, and 4236 in the single-core test. The second gen iPad Pro will support a new screen technology called True Tone which will adjust illumination and intensity and it will have a 12 MP iSight camera on its back.
While the iPad Pro 2 is rumored to be released in March 2017, there are no known details about the launch of the new Macbook Pro. However, fans are hoping to find out more information about it on October 25, when Apple has scheduled the Q4 earning calls. The event was supposed to take place on October 27, but due to “scheduling conflict”, it has been moved two days earlier and it will kick off at 2PM PT, lasting three hours.
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