This week, a new tablet iPad mini was presented, which is built on the basis of the Apple A15 Bionic single-chip system and has support for fifth-generation mobile networks.
Now it became known that the new iPad Mini lacks support for mmWave 5G, that is, in this regard, the tablet is inferior to the iPhone 13, built on the same platform. The specifications of the tablet indicate that it only supports 5G in the low and medium range, but not in millimeter (mmWave 5G).
In addition, sources say the Apple A15 Bionic SoC in the iPad Mini runs at 2.9 GHz, while the iPhone 13 runs at 3.2 GHz. It is also confirmed that the Apple A15 Bionic in the iPad Mini has five graphics cores, as in the iPhone 13 Pro, while the regular iPhone 13 has reduced the number to four.
In addition, it is known that the amount of RAM of the new iPad mini tablet has increased to 4 GB, while the previous generation iPad mini had 3 GB of memory.
It has a USB-C port at the bottom. The tablet supports the second-generation Apple Pencil, which can be magnetically attached to the side, and has stereo speakers.