Apple has been updating its iMac, MacBook, and iPad product lines with new designs and custom chipsets that replace Intel processors.According to a new leak, the iPad Mini 6 will be the next product to get a design refresh.
According to Mark Gurman of the Power On newsletter, Apple is planning to release a test version of the iPad Mini later this year.According to reports, the Cupertino company will also release a larger-display model of the Apple iMac.This new iMac could have a 27-inch display and be powered by the M1X or M2 chipset.
The iPad 6 Mini is expected to have smaller side panels as part of the redesign, and the home button will reportedly be removed.According to Gurman, it will be the device’s “biggest redesign in the device’s nine-year history.”The modifications will be similar to those seen on the iPad Air.
According to leaked images, the iPad 6 Mini will be slightly smaller and come in three colour options: silver, black, and gold.The Lightning Port may eventually be replaced by a USB-C port, and the Touch ID sensor will remain on top of the power button.
We anticipate that the next iPad Mini will be released with an A-series Apple chipset, which typically distinguishes the Pro and Mini models in terms of performance.