We recently heard about some new iPad models that are rumored to launch soon, this will include a new en try level iPad and also an updated iPad Mini.
According to a recent report by developer Steve Troughton Smith, the new iPad Mini will support the Apple Pencil and also a Smart Keyboard.
It’s hard to glean much information about J210/J211, and J217/J218, the upcoming iPad models. It seems like both iPad sizes support a Smart Keyboard and Pencil, but it’s possible that neither include Touch ID (nor Face ID). Hard to imagine Apple shipping sans TouchID unless for $
— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) January 29, 2019
Apple’s new iPad and their new iPad Mini will apparently still come with Apple’s TouchID instead of their new FaceID, this should allow them to offer the devices for a similar price to the models they are replacing.
Apple are expected to make their new entry level iPads official some time in March, as soon as we get some more details about the tablets we will let you guys know.Filed Under: Apple, Apple iPad