Apple iPad mini 6 rendered images have been leaked
The Apple iPad mini 6 first look is out now. What is so exciting is that, for the first time in the last six years, the design of the device has been changed. Several rendered images have landed on the internet before the launch event. And these images show us a new look which looks very exciting.
Mark Gurman has mentioned that the Apple iPad mini 6 will come with extremely thin bezels on all of its sides, like the present models of iPad Air and iPad Pro, which are already there in the market. In addition, it was thought that the Home button on the device would be removed, and several tests were done on that as well.
Further updates about the Apple iPad mini 6
RendersbyIan is the artist who has leaked the renders of the new device. These renders are considered to be the final ones. The rendered images have been obtained from several blend schematics, real hands-on pictures, and several CAD files. We would also like to extend our thanks to Jon Prosser, who has shared all the exclusive rendered images.
The images show us that the Apple iPad mini 6 is becoming flatter than what it was before. However, the model design very much resembles the 2020 model of iPad Air. The bezel size has reduced drastically on all the sides of the device, and the flat look from all of the sides makes the device look very premium.
The Home button is no longer there on the device. Earlier, the Home button was found on the chin of the device. Currently, in the new model, the Touch ID has been designed in such a way that it is found integrated along with the power button. There is a Type C charging port at the bottom of the device, and along with that, there are the speaker grills as well. If we look at the optics, the device jas a single camera at the back and one camera in front.
Chances are, we will also bet to see a new Apple Pencil 3 launching along with the new iPad. This pencil might turn out to be smaller and sleeker than the previous Apple Pencils. Stay connected with MediaScrolls for more such updates on the device.