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The iPhone 6 is definitely happening – with a bigger screen with a higher resolution and a metal body unlike the one seen on any iPhone before, the iPhone 6 is definitely going to be interesting. Whats interesting is hearing news about an addition – more than a refresh, to the existing line of iPad minis.
There is a rumored iPad Air Mini with a body inspired by the iPad Air in works for a mini form factor. Images above were created by a graphic artist, but they look very convincing and life-like since the dimensions used are sourced from some leaked documents.
What do you’ll think, they look sexy together don’t they?
If You still think that the iPad is just the perfect content consumption device then read further. If you are artistically inclined there are a whole bunch of tablet optimised optimized apps on the iPad that help you create professional content.
A Youtube user, created this amazing Morgan Freeman sketch using Procreate, a $6 App on the store. The finished product included more than 285,000 brush strokes and over 200 hours of work.
Check out the amazing timelapse video here :
Over the course of the last few months, rumours about the Apple testing varied versions of the future iPad are increasing.
The entire rumour cloud boils down to two common and strong leaks that say that two variants may finally see the light of the day out of the 5 sizes being tested. While one would have a 2K display (presumably the same 2048 x 1536 resolution with which we’re already familiar), one could have a 4K screen.
The 2k iPad would have a density of 200 ppi while the 4k for the same 12.9 inches would have a 400 ppi – the highest for a tablet.
Sure, there has been rumours, quick glimpses, but this has to be the clearest shots yet of the Apple iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 in all of its glory. The guys over at CTechCN has gotten us a glimpse of both devices from the back and boy oh boy does it look pretty.
Apple is expected to officially unveil the new iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 next week, among some pretty interesting other products, but thus far the golden hues of said devices have just been hear say. Now we seem to have proof, although it seems like saturation and hue change of the Space Gray variants. Both devices are expected to be available in Silver White, Space Gray and Golden Champagne hues, with the latter most likely selling faster than GTA V. The iPad 5 is said to feature a slimmer bezel, a sleek new body and some great other enhancements whereas the iPad Mini 2 is rumoured to pack a Retina display along with Apple’s new A7 SoC.
What are your guesses as to what Apple will unveil next week? MacBook Airs, Mac Pros, iPads, iTV and maybe even the iWatch? Drop a comment below and voice your opinion!
Apple is expected to launch their next generation iPads on October 22 at an exclusive event, until then, the leaks should be more than enough to satisfy our yearning for the iPad 5. The high quality images below shows off the upcoming iPad 5 body in great detail, just click to enlarge.
The Apple iPad 5 look pretty great and is the first iPad to feature a drastic design makeover compared to its predecessors. Much like the iPad Mini, the iPad 5 features narrower bezels on the side, is a fraction less tall, features two different rear coloured plates, introducing the Space Gray option seen on the iPhone 5s, as well as being the thinnest large iPad to date. Speakers are on both sides of the bottom placed Lightning port and you can bet your rear that the audio jack is still on top. The iPad 5 is also said to feature a TouchID fingerprint sensor in addition to an enhanced camera and new LCD display technology that saves energy and space.
Although no information has surfaced on the matter, Apple is more than likely set to discontinue the 16GB variant of the iPad, not counting the iPad Mini though. The iPad Mini 2 is also expected to launch this month in three colour options, Silver White, Space Gray and Champagne, as well as introduce a 128GB storage option and a Retina grade display resolution.
Many Apple fans were mighty disappointed earlier this year when Apple failed to announce a single new iDevice at their annual World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco, but it seems that the long wait may be over after even more parts have leaked online depicting what could be the Apple iPad 5 and iPhone 5C (or Mini)’s housings.
The upcoming Apple iPad Mini successor has been making headlines all over the world over the last few days after analysts suggested the obvious; that the Apple iPad Mini 2 will feature a Retina display, made by Samsung, but today things got a bit more interesting after the device’s rear panel allegedly leaked showing that there would be no major design changes to the low cost tablet offering from Apple.
As competitors running the competing Android OS continue to get more dense screens, the Apple iPad Mini is long overdue for a ‘Retina’ packing version, which is precisely what Apple apparently had planned, but now there’s delays.
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For years Apple has been using their own branded processors in their portable devices and until recently most of those processors were made by Samsung, but as legal battles between the two companies continues to worsen, Apple is shifting away from Samsung as a parts supplier. Rumours suggest that Intel might make some of their next generation of processors.