iPad mini6 renderings exposed! Expected to be listed in March
There has been news recently that Apple will release the new iPadmini 6 in March. The appearance of the iPadmini mini6 is the same as that of the iPadAir 4, with a right-angled frame, and supports Apple pencil 2, using the Type-C interface instead. There has been news recently that Apple will release the new iPadmini 6 in March. The appearance of the iPadmini mini6 is the same as that of the iPadAir 4, with a right-angled frame, and supports Apple pencil 2, using the Type-C interface instead. Sources from the supply chain claim that the repair size of the new iPadmini screen will be upgraded to 8.4 inches, but the new iPadmini seems to be to maintain a certain cost performance, so it does not adopt a full-screen design. It is still a combination of lighting interface + Touch ID. In terms of configuration, it can be speculated that the iPad mini6 will be equipped with Apple’s A14 bionic chip, while the rear camera will still be a single camera. It should still be 'ancestral' 12 million pixels, which can only meet ordinary shooting needs, but the price should be more. Close to the people, it is estimated that it will be less than 3,000 yuan. From these new renderings of the iPad mini6, it can be clearly seen that the more eye-catching thing in the picture is that there is a 'black hole' in the area below the screen of the tablet. In addition, the overall design of the back of the iPad mini6 is not much different from the old one. Looking at it this way, as the iPad Air 4 adopts the design language of the iPad Pro, the design elements of the original iPad Air may be inherited by the entry-level iPad and iPad mini, resulting in a higher screen size and a thinner and lighter design. Of course, it is not ruled out that Apple will launch a more radical iPad mini. After all, last year's iPad Air 4 brought the TouchID power button two-in-one design without breaking the news in advance. If the iPad mini 6 really welcomes new designs and features, the price will definitely increase, which may cause conflicts with other iPad screen repairs, depending on how Apple decides.