Next-generation iPad mini 7 expected to launch this Fall

An Apple leaker claims that the next-generation iPad mini 7 could launch in September along with the new iPhone 15, Apple Watch Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra, and other products.

In September 2021, Apple introduced iPad mini 6 with a new flat edge-to-edge design, A15 Bionic chip, 60Hz display, USB-C port, power button with TouchID, Apple Pencil 2, improved camera system, and more. Tech giant might be upgrading the iPad mini lineup after two years.

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New iPad mini 7 could feature advance processor, 120Hz ProMotion display and thinner bezels

In their latest leaks Twitter thread on 2023 Apple Watch models, ShrimpApplePro said that iPad mini 7 could be the only tablet to be debuted next month and reserved other details for a later.

Earlier reports on the upcoming seventh-generation iPad mini corroborate this claim. 

Tech analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple would launch the new iPad Mini model in late 2023 or early 2023 with an advanced processor which would make it faster than the current iPad Mini 6.

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Leaker @Chirashi reported that the new iPad mini would feature a 120Hz ProMotion display supplied by Samsung. It was specualted with high refresh rate than a 60Hz display would resolve the jelly scrolling issue experience on iPad mini 6 but it is likely to increase its price than the current model.

Reporting on the new iPhone 15 series, Mark Gurman said that Apple was using the “low-injection pressure over-molding” (LIPO) technology to make the bezels thinner and increase the screen real estate. 

LIPO tech is used in Apple Watch Series 7 and newer models and the company plans to expand it to upcoming iPad models to shrink bezels, along with iPhones.

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