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

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<p id=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…

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