iPad mini 6 specs have allegedly been leaked on the internet. The next-gen iPad mini will come with some similar specifications as we to the iPad Air 4 as per a mysterious tipster. The iPad mini 6 is expected to have Apple Pencil 2 support just as include the Apples’ A14 Bionic chip. Apple overhauled its iPad little set up with the launch of the iPad mini 5 a year ago. That model accompanied Apple Pencil support and comes with the A12 Bionic chip. The last-gen iPad mini also features a Retina display.
A mysterious tipster on Twitter has released the details of the iPad mini 6. The tipster also indicates that the new offering will accompany a square-shaped design that could be like that of the most recent iPad Air and the iPad Pro models.
iPad mini 6 (expected details)
Regarding specs, the tipster says that the iPad mini 6 will have an 8.5-inch Liquid Retina display and will be fueled by the A14 Bionic chip, alongside 4GB of RAM. The iPad mini 6 is said to have two batteries and a USB Type-C port too. This is not normal for the iPad mini 5 that accompanies a Lightning connector. The new iPad mini model is likewise said to have support for the Apple Pencil 2. Further, it is supposed to have similar cameras that are available on the iPad Air 4.
The tipster doesn’t give any insights about the launch date of the iPad mini 6. In any case, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a note published in June predicted that the 8.5-inch iPad mini could come at some point in the start of 2021. He referenced that it might come with a 20W power connector.
However, these aforementioned details of the device are all leaked and rumoured specifications, so we have to wait till the official announcement from the company for any confirmation.