Apple plans to release the sixth-generation iPad mini in the second half of this year, indicating that the launch of the small-size iPad will be delayed. In a statement related to the launch of the 8-inch foldable iPhone in 2023, Ming-Chi Kuo said that recent global changes have contributed to iPad sales growth, and the newly released 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are expected to boost sales.
In addition, the new iPad mini in the second half of this year will further help the growth of the iPad business. Ming-Chi Guo and DigiTimes previously stated that the original new iPad mini will be launched in the first half of this year. Probably due to supply constraints, the new low-priced iPad now seems to be postponed to the second half of 2021.
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The new iPad mini is expected to use an 8.4-inch display, thinner bezels, and continue to be equipped with a Touch ID Home Button and Lightning port. For customers who want to benefit from a major redesign of the smallest iPad, the new iPad mini may disappoint them, and the changes may still be small compared to the iPad Air and iPad Pro.
In the longer term, Apple is developing an iPad mini equipped with a miniLED display, which recently debuted on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Compared with the current LCD display, it will help provide richer blacks, while providing better contrast and HDR characteristics.
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