The market patiently waits for the next Apple release. Deprived from any new devices from the tech giant, many people are eager to see what the company's once most valuable company can bring to the tablet. After all, it's current biggest rival, Samsung, has been releasing nonstop. Reports say it is only a matter of time before the new iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 comes to stores. What can we expect?
The long drought of Apple products have even heightened the leaks and rumors going about. The series of leaks and rumors have been keeping Apple's torch alive in the market bombarded with countless competitions every day. The latest leak for the new iPad 5 and the iPad Mini 2 reveals details about the real shell used on the devices.
According to the report, the leak dishes info about the rear shell and appearance of the iPad Mini 2 and the iPad 5. The two shells comprised of aluminum give consumers one of the first real ideas of what the devices will look like in real life. What is apparent from the leak is that the iPad 5 will be considerably thinner than its predecessor.
The possibly thinner design of the new iPad can be attributed to the screen technology used in the iPad Mini. The front panel already included the screen sensor taking away a number of parts including their weight.
Aside from that, the rear shell of Apple's upcoming devices also includes the iPhone. There is a gap by the bottom intended for lightening the connectors. The speakers are also included facing downwards. Other reports suggested that the next iPad 5 will likely feature thinner bezels. It seems that Apple is striving to construct the iPad 5 much in the same way as the iPad mini.
Probably one of the most attractive features of the iPad mini was its design. The sleek framework proved successful in attracting customers. Apple is hoping it would do the same wonder to their next iPad 5. Reports suggest Apple will use the same software support used in the current line of tablets.
People will have to wait for Apple's announcement on additional and official details of the tablets.
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