Touch ID for the new iPad Air and iPad mini

The arrival of both the iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina display was a coup for this range of products from Cupertino . One brought with it a complete redesign that broke with what had been seen until now and the small one in the family became a big one, leaving the diminutive only for a slightly smaller screen size.

Months later, the rumors about the next update of these equipments start to surface . These are reports from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, in which you can read that both the upcoming iPad Air and the new iPad mini with Retina display will come equipped with the fingerprint sensor -Touch ID- that made its appearance on the iPhone 5s.

Touch ID for the new iPad Air and iPad mini
Touch ID for the new iPad Air and iPad mini

No there will be aesthetic movements to highlight and the major changes will be made internally. The new Apple A8 processor, the inclusion of Touch ID, a camera with an 8 megapixel sensor and the iOS 8 governance would complete the most important modifications of this new iPad revision. From Cupertino they would repeat the play and both iPad Air and iPad mini would share the hardware , only differing by the size of the screen.

The report also talks about the disappearance of the original iPad mini and it will be the current iPad mini with Retina display that will lower its price and remain as a ticketing device . Another interesting fact is the supposed 12.9-inch iPad, which is still being actively worked on and whose orientation is moving towards the world of entertainment and productivity but which we will hardly see in this year 2014.

A new rumor on the table, this time nothing crazy or surprising since, in short, what we have to say is that the next generations of iPad will come with a review of its internal components and the incorporation of the Touch ID , something that some of us expected to be included last year. The party of rumors begins, don’t miss out on any details here in Applesupportphonenumber .

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