iPad Air 6 in two versions, iPad Mini 7 perhaps by the end of 2023: the latest

It certainly cannot be said that, up to this point, Apple’s 2023 has been disappointing. The Cupertino giant has presented quite a few new features, both in terms of hardware (in particular the new iPhone 15 and 15 Pro) and software. However, the line has not been updated for about a year iPad (the iPad Pro M2 and iPad 10 are from October 2022), but – according to the latest – we would only have to be patient for a few more months.

iPad Mini 7 soon to be launched, iPad Air 6 arriving in two versions: the latest on Apple’s next tablets

In December last year, the well-known and reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that the Cupertino giant was working on a new iPad Mini to then be thrown into the fray at the end of 2023 or at the beginning of 2024. This indiscretion was subsequently confirmed by a leaker (ShrimpApplePro) and, in these hours, also by colleagues from 9to5Mac. According to their sources, in fact, Apple has not changed its plans and therefore the seventh generation compact tablet could really debut within a few months.

Almost surely iPad Mini 7 it will have the same design as the previous model, absolutely modern and in line with that of the other made-in-Cupertino tablets. However, he will be able to count on a higher performance processorperhaps on the A16 Bionic, the same engine as the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.

iPad Mini - Apple

As for instead iPad AirApple may have a plan on the agenda more ambitious than usual. They are still the sources of 9to5Mac to suggest that the Cupertino company is thinking of introducing it to the market two versions of the sixth generation iPad Air (the code names in use would be J507 and J508).

The information provided is quite vague, but you can think of a Air 6 “smooth” with 10.9 inch display and a Air 6 upgradedthat is, with a larger display (between 12 and 13 inches) and some better technical specifications than those of its younger brother.

Obviously there is nothing to take for granted. Apple could in fact change its plans and remain faithful to tradition by releasing only one version of iPad Air 6 (then divided into configurations with different memory sizes and Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular connectivity).


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