iPad Mini 5 Release Date, News & Update: Mini 5 To Be Released In September? Dubbed As The Most Advanced Tablet Of Apple

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Jun 29, 2016 01:05 AM EDT
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The much-anticipated iPad Mini 5 wasn't revealed at the recent Worldwide Developers Conference 2016 on June 13 to 17. But, tech aficionados did't lose hope as they are still expecting the new gadget to be unveiled in September.

iPad Mini 5 Release

According to Christian Today, iPad Mini models are usually launched in October, but Apple didn't hold an event in the same month last year.

To recall, Apple debuted the new iPad Pro together with iPhone 6S in the same event in September 2015.

Hence, fans of the Apple gadgets are looking forward to the release of the iPad Mini 5 this coming September along with the iPad Air 3 and the new iPhone 7.

Apple is also planning to introduce a new unknown device to the public before 2016 ends.

The Most Advanced Tablet

Gadget enthusiasts believe that the new iPad Mini 5 will be the most advanced tablet made by Apple.

The iPad Mini 5 is expected to be made of 7000-series aluminum making it more durable in spite of being 5mm thin.

In fact, the iPad Mini 5 is even thinner compared to Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, which is 5.6mm.

Specs, Features & Price

The iPad Mini 5 is rumored to feature 3D Touch which is utilized by the iPhone 6S, Breathe Cast reported.

Also, because the iPad Mini 5 is now thinner than before, it will be employed with a smaller battery pack, but Apple ensures that it won't affect the device's usage.

However, the iPad Mini 5 might not carry a promising camera quality with its just 8MP rear cam and 1.2MP front camera.

Meanwhile, although it is not yet confirmed, there are swirling rumors that the iPad Mini 5 will have a starting price of about $420 to $760.

To prove all the assumptions, fans are still waiting for Apple's announcement of the iPad Mini 5 official release date.

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