Apple is bringing the new iPad mini in the second half of 2021. It would be the 6th-generation iPad which is expected to come with an 8.4-inch display and powered by its own M1 chip.
The company recently held its Spring Loaded event where it introduced the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and iMacs (all powered by the M1 chip), but it didn’t say anything about the iPad mini. From this, we concluded Apple would bring the latter in the second half of the year. A few tipsters, including tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, also believe the same.
The new iPad mini is expected to come with an 8.4-inch display, mini-LED, and OLED technology. Moreover, it’s expected that this iPad will come with slimmer bezels and continue to have a Touch ID Home Button and a Lightning port.
Then we also heard that Apple is bringing its own foldable iPhones. Kuo claimed that these devices would come with an 8-inch display with QHD+ resolution and is expected to be an OLED display. The QHD+ displays will feature a perfect 16:9 aspect ratio.
Our latest survey indicates that the fast-growing foldable smartphone market has become a must-have for all major smartphone brands. The foldable smartphone will boost the next super replacement cycle for high-end models.Ming-Chi Kuo
The company is expected to manufacture nearly 15 million to 20 million foldable iPhone units in 2023.
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