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A new listing for an iPad mini screen protector spotted in Japan could confirm previous reports of a design change. It also lists October 20 as a release date.
Apple has reportedly started asking iPad mini users how they feel about the device's screen size, ahead of rumors it plans to overhaul the mini later this year.
The fall Apple event is just a few weeks away now, and there's a lot to look forward to, including new iPhone 13, iPads, and more. Let's dive in!
According to Ross Young, the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), the new iPad mini is growing its display size.
Display analyst Ross Young has poured cold water on reports of a mini-LED iPad mini, stating the device will not feature the new technology when it is announced later this year.
Apple may go mini-LED with all the things, even bringing the new display technology to its upcoming refresh of the iPad mini.
Apple's next iPad Air is said to sport the A15 processor — a chip the iPhone 13 hasn't even shipped with yet.
A new report claims that Apple's rumored new iPad mini will feature an A15 processor and a USB-C connector.
There are new rumors relating to Apple's iPad mini and I am absolutely here for them. Rumors of a redesigned iPad mini aren't new — but with this round, it seems more real than ever.
There's a new iPad mini 6 leak that shows off a possible new redesign, which would be the first for the iPad mini in six years.
With the iPad mini 5, you get a beautiful 7.9-inch Retina display, A12 Bionic chip, 64GB storage, and 9-hour battery. Here are the best deals on it.
Some of us thought we'd see a new iPad mini during the Apple 'Spring loaded' event, but that wasn't the case. Why does Apple continue to neglect the smallest iPad?
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that iPad mini fans should keep their eyes peeled for a new tablet in the second half of this year.
While you can still find an iPad mini 4 available at some retailers as refurbished or renewed, you're better off spending the extra money to get a brand new iPad mini 5 instead.
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