Later this year, Apple is purported to finally bring out an all-new iPad mini 6. The company is going with a complete redesign of the same with an iPad Air 4-like design albeit in a smaller footprint. Speaking of which. the aluminum cut-out of the upcoming iPad mini 6 has leaked courtesy of Techordo.com and @xleaks7.
As you can see from the pictures above, the iPad mini 6 will feature a design with flat sides very much like Apple’s recent tablets and iPhone lineup. The camera and flash arrangement mimics that of the 2020 iPad Air. Turning to the sides, we can see the flat design with the volume buttons and what appears to be the rumored Touch ID-enabled power button.
That said, a Face ID system is out of scope here. As for the screen, we can see symmetrical bezels throughout the front-fascia. By the looks of it, an 8.5″ display may make it to reality. Having said that, a mini-LED display may embrace the iPad mini 6 eventually.
Coming to the internals, Apple will most likely equip the A15 chipset that’s set to debut across the iPhone 13 lineup very soon. As tempting as it is, we don’t feel the possibility of the Apple M1 chip being featured in the iPad mini 6.
Want to see the design of the yet to be revealed iPad mini 6 in action? Do watch the video below.