New iPad mini will receive Apple A15 Bionic chip and USB-C charging port

Our colleagues at 9to5mac have gotten some details on Apple’s next compact tablet.

So, the new iPad mini is being codenamed J310. The device, according to the source, will run on an eight-core Apple A15 Bionic processor. By the way, exactly the same chip is attributed to the future iPhone 13 line.

In addition, the new product will be able to boast a USB-C charging port instead of Lightning, connectors for connecting branded accessories, as well as support for the Apple Pencil, which will lose some functions and become more compact.

In terms of design, the iPad mini will be similar to the latest iPad Air. That is, the novelty will receive a case with flat edges, a screen with thin frames and a fingerprint scanner on the side.

When to expect
According to previous leaks, the presentation of the new iPad mini will take place in the fall.

By the way, according to 9to5mac, Apple is also going to update the budget iPad with a 10.2-inch screen. The novelty is codenamed J181 and will run on the A13 Bionic processor.

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