WASHINGTON: As the trend of mini tablets goes high, the new leaked images of outer shell of Apple’s upcoming iPad Mini 2.
Leaked images of the outer shell of the upcoming iPad mini 2 suggest that it won’t be anything different than the original iPad mini.
Apple introduced its iPad Mini in Oct. 2012 and soon the device became one of the most popular tablets in the market.
Rumors of the next-generation iPad mini 2 have been circulating for quite some time. Many tablet enthusiasts will hope that the upcoming iPad mini 2 will be improved and different when compared to the original iPad mini.
The company may definitely improve the hardware specifications of the iPad mini 2 but the exterior may still look the same.
The Phone Arena report points out that the leaked images of the iPad mini 2 from Sonny Dickson seem “credible” and Apple will not change the design of the tablet.
The iPad mini was quite popular with tablet users; however, the device received some criticism for the lack of Retina display. Many rumors point out that the next-gen iPad mini 2 will not only have Retina display, but it would be better. Customers may also see a powerful processor in the iPad mini 2.
Apple have taken the services of LG to build the screen of its next generation iPad, according to rumors. Apple is expected to switch to using a much higher-resolution IGZO panel, a new kind of screen made by Sharp.
The iPad Mini 2 will likely to be available in 16/32/64 and 128GB storage capacity which is very much convenient to users.
Furthermore, iPad Mini 2 is likely to have an 8 megapixel back and 2 megapixel facing camera.
Apple is expected to plan an event on Sept. 10 but speculations suggest that the next-generation iPhone 5S and the budget iPhone 5C will make their appearances at the event. However, tablet enthusiasts may soon see the upgraded version of the iPad mini 2 along with iPad 5 in October this year.
The Cupertino-based company has not yet confirmed any details of either its iPhones or iPads. In conclusion, we will have to wait until the iDevices are actually released to see if the iPad mini 2 has the same outer shell as the original iPad mini.