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TechnologyApple’s next iPad mini reportedly won’t look much different, but it’ll be faster

01:10  12 february  2019
01:10  12 february  2019 Source:   theverge.com

Apple might finally revive the iPad mini in 2019, and introduce a new 10-inch iPad

Apple might finally revive the iPad mini in 2019, and introduce a new 10-inch iPad If you're interested in picking up a new tablet, but aren't willing to shell out $800 or more for the latest iPad Pro, you should hold out hope that a recent report from China Times is accurate. 

Got an iPad that isn' t as fast as it used to be ? Follow our tips to speed up a slow iPad and get it to run much Apple has admitted that it deliberately slowed down older iPhones in order to avoid battery But if you're using an older iPad , such as an iPad mini or iPad 2, then you' ll get even better results

Apple didn' t spend much time on the Mini 4, but it is a significant improvement over the iPad Mini The iPad Air 2 is powered by Apple ' s first triple-core processor, making it significantly faster than The first iPad Mini was a bit underpowered, sharing the same processor and memory as the iPad 2

Apple’s next iPad mini reportedly won’t look much different, but it’ll be fasterThe iPad Mini 4, released in 2015.

Four years after the release of the iPad mini 4, Apple might finally be close to releasing a successor, according to new reports from Mac Otakara and DigiTimes (via MacRumors). They’re not the only ones expecting a return from Apple’s miniature tablet. Last month, Bloomberg also reported that we could see an updated iPad mini this year, and this was further corroborated by iPad mentions in iOS 12.2’s code.

However, despite the developments we’ve seen from the standard iPad and iPad Pro during the mini’s hiatus, it sounds like the new tablet could be a very traditional affair. Mac Otakara lists dimensions for the tablet that are identical to the current model, and also reports that it will continue to use a combination of Lightning connector and 3.5mm headphone jack, despite last year’s iPad Prodropping both in favor of a single USB-C port. Apparently, the location of the rear microphone might change to the top center, but that’s the only physical change reported.

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It was stuck on the apple sign, booted to home screen and switched off again due to low battery. The reason why it gets stuck in a loop is because the IPad was not shut down manually, so therefore keeps trying to boot up soon as it has some battery power.

I' ll be taking the mini critter into Apple to hear my verdict! Long live the First Generation! Second I would recommend leaving the iPad mini on a AC wall charger for a few hours and then have Im going to look for solution for it not charging now that it turns on. The problem is obviously and most

Internally, it sounds like we might be in line for a spec bump, although it’s unclear how big it’ll be. Reportedly, the iPad mini 5 could either use an A10 Fusion or A10X Fusion chipset, which would give it a similar amount of power to the 2018 9.7-inch iPad or the 2018 iPad Pro, respectively. Although both of these iPads supported the Apple Pencil, it’s not clear whether this new generation of the mini will.

Outside of a spec bump, it sounds like the new mini will offer a very traditional iPad experience. That means no laptop-esque accessories that the Pro’s USB-C port allowed for, while the identical physical dimensions suggest we’re not going to see a radically redesigned device. That said, if playing things safe allows Apple to keep the price of its smallest tablet down, then it could yet justify its place in the lineup.

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