ccording to the site, the fifth-generation iPad Air will have a 10.9-inch display and a Touch ID button on the side, but it will also have a dual-lens camera system with Wide and Ultra Wide cameras.
A LiDAR Scanner is another option for the iPad Air, though it is not guaranteed and the supplier was unsure.
A four-speaker audio system and a 5G mmWave chip are also included.
According to Mac Otakara, the fifth-generation iPad Air will have an A15 chip, and while there is no word on a release date, previous information has suggested an early 2022 release.
There’s also no mention of an OLED display, despite multiple rumours that Apple is working on an iPad Air-sized iPad with an OLED display.
The iPad Air is expected to use OLED technology, whereas the iPad Pro series will continue to use mini-LED technology.
According to Mac Otakara’s “latest information,” the upcoming ninth-generation low-cost iPad and iPad mini 6 “do not appear to be any different” from the current eighth-generation iPad and iPad mini 5.
According to the site, the only update will be an update to the A14 chip, with a design change not coming until 2022 or later.
That opposes previous rumours, particularly about the iPad Mini 6.According to reliable sources such as Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the next iPad mini will have a larger display and possibly no Home button.
The iPad mini 6 is expected to be released this fall, so we won’t have to wait long to find out which rumour is correct.We’re either getting a minor update that doesn’t change the design, or a larger update that brings the iPad mini up to speed with the iPad Pro and iPad Air.
In terms of the low-cost iPad, Mac Otakara said earlier this year that it would look similar to the iPad Air 3, but it’s unclear if that’s still the case.