Ipad Mini is upgraded with A15 Bionic

Apple’s latest generation of Ipad Mini gets several noticeable upgrades. Nowadays, the smallest is included in the turns with the latest A15 circuit and a new design where the home button has been removed.

During its latest event, Apple took and unveiled the latest edition of its smallest iPad model. The big news in the little Ipad Mini is about a new design that is reminiscent of the latest Ipad Air and Ipad Pro. This together with a new system circuit to increase the power of the small package.

What is new?

In terms of design, Apple has peeled off some of the edges around the device’s screen. Something that means a slightly larger screen area and that the iPad Mini now comes without any physical home button. The retina display measures in at 8.3 inches and has a maximum brightness of 500 nits.

In terms of increased performance, the new Mini comes with Apple’s A15 Bionic circuit, which will offer 80 percent faster performance compared to the previous generation Mini. We also see that Apple has now switched to USB-C with the model and that users have the opportunity to acquire an edition with 5G support.

The camera also gets an upgrade. Nowadays, this is a front-mounted 12 MP camera with support for Apple’s Center Stage technology on iOS15. The back also comes adorned with a 12 MP camera that offers an f / 1.8 aperture and support for Focus Pixels. The rear camera also comes with True Tone flash and support for Smart HDR 4K video recording.

Price and availability

The new Ipad Mini comes in configurations with either 64 or 256 gigabytes of storage capacity. For 64 GB and WiFi only, the price tag starts at SEK 5,995. For those who also want the option of mobile telephony in their Ipad, the price starts at SEK 7,795. Both units can be pre-ordered right now from Apple’s website and the sharp launch will take place on September 24.

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