Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple postponed the announcement of the iPad Mini 6 until the second half of the year

Apple held an event two weeks ago where it presented many interesting new products. It was assumed that the presentation will also show the iPad Mini 6, but this did not happen.

According to Chinese analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple has decided to postpone the release of the compact tablet until the second half of the year. Kuo does not name the reasons, but it can be assumed that everything is due to problems with a shortage of components. Most likely, Apple has decided to donate the iPad Mini 6 for now and focus on the new iPad Pros.

Let’s remind, according to leaks, iPad Mini 6 outwardly will not differ much from the current generation. The tablet will get thin bezels on the sides, but thicker at the top and bottom. In addition, the novelty will be equipped with a Home button with a built-in Touch ID sensor, as well as a fresh Apple A14 processor.

By the way, in a new note for investors, Ming-Chi Kuo spoke not only about the transfer of the iPad Mini 6, but also about the first folding iPhone.

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