iPad Mini 5 Leaks Revealed The Design Of The Upcoming Apple Tablet, Reportedly

As reported by 9to5Mac, iPad Mini 5 leaks emerged on the Internet, revealing the design of the upcoming Apple tablet. The 2019 iPad Mini would come out by mid-2019, and it would boast a new antenna design, among other changes, according to recent rumors.

“The only physical attribute that appears changed from the currently selling iPad mini 4 hardware is the antenna line for cellular connectivity. Apple currently sells a version of the iPad mini 4 that works with LTE and uses the mostly plastic iPad antenna design,” reported 9to5Mac.

Besides the revamped antenna design, the future iPad Mini 5 could come out in a new shade of gold. Currently, the iPad Mini 4 is sold in silver, space grey, and gold.

“Starting with the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, iPads have switched to a more minimal antenna design that relies on a slim trace in the shape of the old antenna design (although the new iPad Pro has moved on to yet another design). No iPad that Apple has released has used that antenna style without a four-speaker system,” wrote 9to5Mac.

iPad Mini 5 Leaks Revealed The Design Of The Upcoming Apple Tablet, Reportedly

Besides the minimal design change, the upcoming Apple tablet, iPad Mini 5, would feature the same things as the current iPad Mini 4. Accordingly, the iPad Mini 5 would come out with a 3.5-mm headphone jack, side volume controls, Lightning connector, plus a couple of stereo speakers at the bottom.

Also, iPad Mini 5 would boast Touch ID, a feature missed by the 2018 iPad Pro models. Nonetheless, the next mini Apple tablet would be the first the Cupertino-based company had released since 2015 when iPad Mini 4 rolled out.

The current-gen iPad Mini 4 is still sold around the world, and, in Canada, you can buy it for CAD 529. The future iPad Mini 5 would come out later this year, most likely by the mid-2019.

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