Last year, Apple released the new iPad mini 6 with significant design changes and internal upgrades. The device now has comparatively slimmer bezels and Touch ID in the top-mounted Power button.
Apple, on the other hand, appears to have other plans for its smallest iPad. According to a new report, Apple may be considering replacing the iPad mini with a new foldable device that is less than 10 inches in size. Scroll down to learn more about the topic.
Apple may discontinue the iPad Mini line entirely in favor of a 10-inch foldable device.
The iPad mini 6 is a powerful device, featuring Apple’s A15 Bionic chip and an improved camera system. For a while, the iPad mini lineup retained the same design as the original model, introducing only minor changes with each upgrade.
The latest design, however, is more than a welcome addition, as it incorporates elements from the iPad Pro and the new iPad Air lineup. However, according to the news, Apple is working on a foldable device that will replace the iPad mini lineup.
According to the report, the company will release the foldable device a year after the first OLED iPad is released in 2024. If the report is accurate, we could see a foldable device that replaces the iPad mini 6 in 2025. The Elec also stated that the company has begun working on a new 20-inch foldable display, which could be used in future MacBook Pro models.
Because Apple has the final say, be sure to take the news with a grain of salt. As soon as more information becomes available, we will update you on Apple’s foldable device that will replace the iPad mini line-up. Please share your thoughts in the comments section.