The all-new iPad mini is already on sale with a new design, improved cameras, iPadOS 15, USB-C, and 5G support
Apple unveiled the new iPad Mini this week with a fresh design, thinner bezels and a larger display, as well as new features like USB-C and 5G support.
The starting price of the sixth generation iPad mini is $ 499, but the American Walmart store cut the price of the starter version by $ 40 even before the start of sales, offering it for $ 459. The version, which comes equipped with 256GB of flash storage, is offered for $ 599 with a $ 50 discount.
The new iPad Mini has an 8.3-inch screen (the predecessor has a 7.9-inch screen). This is a Retina LCD and not a Mini LED as rumors have pointed out. As the bezels are thinner, the Touch ID scanner has moved under the power button.
The front camera is 12 megapixel with an ultra wide angle lens and Center Stage function. At the back is a 12-megapixel sensor and an F / 1.8 aperture lens, and 4K video recording is possible. Apple claims that processor performance has improved by 40% and GPU performance has increased by 80%.
iPad Mini supports 5G and Wi-Fi 6. It also has a USB-C port at the bottom. The tablet supports the second generation Apple Pencil, which can be magnetically attached to the side. It also has stereo speakers.