Apple IPad Mini 4 Will Be 6.1mm Thin

Posted: Aug 10 2015, 1:04pm CDT | by , in Apple


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Apple iPad Mini 4 Will Be 6.1mm Thin

iPad Mini 4 will be crazy thin

Apple’s upcoming “iPad Mini 4” would be 6.1 millimeters thick. This new info is revealed by the renowned leakster Evan Blass, @OnLeaks.

The leaked iPad mini 4 renderings propose that it will be crazy thin with iPad Air 2 design.

In addition, the fourth gen iPad mini is indicated to be considerably more slender than its ancestor, coming to equality with the super thin iPad Air 2.

For the purpose of examination, the iPad mini 3 is 7.5m thick. Shaving 1.4mm off is great, particularly for a tablet that can be wielded with one hand.

Obviously, spilled renderings ought to be brought with a grain of salt. That said, infamous tipster Evan Blass’s track history is pretty darn great.

His renderings additionally run in accordance with different bits of gossip and reports. This rendering also support the report by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

The report pointed to both the thinner dimensions and the use of Air 2 design cues.

There’s additionally been discussion of the new tablet getting a percentage of the same equipment and components of the iPad Air 2.

It includes Apple's custom A8 processor, 8-megapixel back camera, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

It is expected that Apple will launch the iPad mini 4 as a part of its standard fall iPad updates.

Along with it, "iPad Air 3" and a possible (rumored) 12.9-inch iPad, alluded to as the "iPad Pro." In the recent years, Apple has released new iPads in October.

However some rumors and reports claim that Apple could uncover its most recent iPads at a foreseen iPhone media event on Sept. 9.

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