First look at Apple's upcoming iPad mini
First look at Apple's upcoming iPad mini

Apple's latest iPad mini was launched in 2019 and it packs everything you know into a smaller iPad.

Since then, the company's iPad line has undergone quite a few redesigns, and the iPad mini 6 that leaker John Prosser claimed has a new design that brings it more in line with its bigger siblings released earlier this year.

This will be the first major overhaul of the iPad mini since its debut.

It's worth noting that this leak confirmed a Bloomberg report that Apple is testing the updated iPad mini, which has a thinner bezel and no home button.

The images shared by Prosser claim to be based on real CAD files, diagrams, and photos.

As such, it may not be entirely accurate, but it should be close enough to the reality of the design.

The new iPad mini:

Like everything Apple has done in recent years, the iPad mini 6's front, back, and sides appear to be completely flat.

The Home button has been completely removed and Touch ID is now in the Power button at the top.

According to reports, the iPad Mini 6 is about the same size as its predecessor, but the difference in height and depth is only 3 mm.

Removing the home button made the screen larger, although the device is still a small tablet with dimensions of 206.3 x 137.8 x 6.1 mm.

The Lightning interface has also been replaced by a USB-C port. The iPad mini 6 is said to be available in three colors: silver, black and gold.

A leak a few months ago suggested that there would be an Apple Pencil 3. Prosser noted that there is evidence that Apple's smaller Apple Pencil could be integrated with this iPad.

While the Apple Pencil can be used on the iPad mini, it can also be the Apple Pencil 3.

Prosser also noted that the new iPad mini supports 5G network and the A14 chip. It is scheduled to hit the market at the end of this year.

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