Apple IPad Mini 4 Will Be 6.1mm Thin

Posted: Jul 27 2015, 10:19am CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple iPad mini 4 will be 6.1mm Thin

Apple is expected to introduce new iPads this fall.

Apple is expected to unveil new iPads in an special media event in October. A new report out of Japan says that Apple will launch three new iPads.

Industry sources of Macotakara claim that Apple will introduce an iPad mini 4, iPad Pro and also an iPad Air 3.

The new iPad mini 4 would adopt the design and features of the iPad Air 2. The iPad mini 4 would be slimmer than its predecessor with a thickness of 6.1mm. The new iPad mini 4 will get the iPad Air 2 8MP camera and likely have a similar performance.

The larger iPad Pro has been rumored since a while now. With iOS 9's multi-tasking, the larger iPad makes a lot of sense for business users. The iPad Pro is supposed to have a 12.9-inch screen.

Macotakara has a fine track record for Apple rumors. The new iPad details are though not outlandish and very realistic. The only question is if Apple is indeed bringing all three iPads this fall.

Apple's iPad sales have slowed dramatically as has the overall tablet market. The iPad Pro could open up a new market for Apple to grow iPad sales again.

The company sold 10.9 million iPads in the last quarter. Apple sells more than 4 times more iPhones.

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