Apple might quickly release new iPads, including a new 10.8-inch iPad, and a bigger iPad Mini with a screen size that’s most likely 9-inches, according to famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s current investor note.
According to Kuo, the Cupertino giant will unveil the 10.8-inch iPad at some point later on this year, most likely in the 2nd half, while the 9-inch iPad Mini will release in the very first half of 2021. He likewise included that both the new iPads will come at inexpensive rate points.
Apple’s iPad lineup includes the iPad Mini, iPad Air, iPad, and iPad Pro, which got an upgrade previously this year with a LiDAR scanner and a Magic Keyboard.
The existing generation iPad Mini includes a 7.9-inch screen; however, if Kuo’s forecast holds true, Apple appears to be believing that the smallest tablet it uses need to be at least 8.5 to 9 inches. The 7th-gen iPad has a 10.2-inch screen, and if Apple introduces the 8th-gen iPad with a 10.8-inch display screen, that will make it larger than the iPad Air’s 10.5-inch screen as well, not to discuss, intruding on the iPad Pro’s 11-inch display screen.
How Apple intends on enhancing its iPad line-up is uncertain currently, however the business’s lineup hasn’t been the most structured in the last few years anyhow, so possibly it’s welcoming the turmoil.