iPad Air 2 and Mini 3 Arriving With Amazing Specs Along With Touch ID
Reports are coming in on how the upcoming iPad Air 2 will feature several upgrades from its predecessor, the original iPad Air 2, which didn’t do that bad for itself, packing a 64-bit dual core processor, namely Apple’s A7 chip.
Reports from DigiTimes back up the fact that Apple’s 9.7 inch tablet device is not far away, and the waiting time before eager fans can get their hands on it is relatively short. It is said the supply chains that are handling production for the iPad Air 2’s components are hard at work, and point toward a soon-to-come global rollout of the tablet.
Another important factor, which is deemed worth of taking into consideration, is the fact that Apple and its partners have started to clear out stocks of last year’s tablet variants. Apple started to offer eye-catching discounts for older tablet variants, and one of the most targeted models is the iPad Mini 2 which also features Apple’s Retina Display technology. This points out that Apple has begun initiating the standard procedure regarding old stocks, in anticipation of a new release coming soon.
The upcoming months will also facilitate the launch of the iSO8 operating system, the newest OS under the Apple branding.
Analyst are betting on the fact that the upcoming iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 tablets won’t be the subject of any radical exterior transformation, but rather stick to the design implemented for the previous generation. The size and and resolution of the upcoming gadgets will remain unaltered, according to different sources, but as pointed out by others, the two tablets might very well see a change in terms of weight and thickness, meaning that they will be lighter and thinner than the models they are replacing.
Talks about improvements in the processor department give way to speculations about how the iPad Air 2 might join the iPhone 6 smartphone tin the so-far select group of Apple devices that will benefit from the performance boost of the high rated A8 processing unit from Apple.
Common thoughts are shared by DigiTimes and Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities, which is highly regarded in terms of Apple news and reports. The two parties believe the the TouchID fingerprint scanner technology we first saw on the iPhone 5S last year, might make a comeback for this year’s iPhone 6 and also on the iPad Air 2 tablet.
Apple has reportedly arrange for the devices to be released around the planned October 2014 event, and if production on the two tablet models start shortly as hinted by various sources, Apple will have no problem in sticking to its plan.
Sources: bgr.com | curved.de