The 6th-gen iPad Mini has a smaller frame, larger display, and stronger performance

According to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, Apple plans to release the sixth-generation iPad mini this fall, with a new design with thinner bezels, larger display screens and better performance. In the latest issue of the weekly Power On newsletter, Gurman said that the new iPad mini is rumored to include an 8.4-inch display, which is an increase from the current 7.9-inch screen size, it will be fine this fall.

Apple last updated the iPad mini in 2019 to support Apple Pencil. Gurman said the upcoming update is the biggest redesign since the launch of the iPad mini. Last fall, Apple updated its basic version of the iPad with an improved processor, followed by a major redesign of the iPad Air. The updated iPad Air does not have a Home button and adopts a full-screen design like the iPad Pro. The next iPad mini 6 will adopt a similar design language to the current latest iPad Air.

The leaker Jon Prosser also recently shared a rendering of what he claims is the upcoming iPad mini. According to the leaker, the iPad mini will have a Touch ID sensor embedded in the power button, which is the first hardware change introduced by the iPad Air. He also claimed that it will use an A14 chip and USB-C interface instead of the Lightning interface.

It is said that Apple will release a variety of products this fall. In addition to the annual iPhone and Apple Watch revisions, we are also looking forward to the redesigned MacBook Pro and the sixth-generation iPad mini.

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