The fourth-generation iPad Air might be equipped with a USB-C port rather than a Lightning port, as indicated by a new report from Japanese site Mac Otakara that says the data originates from a Chinese provider.
Apple progressed to USB-C for its iPad Pro models in 2018, yet different iPads have kept on including a Lightning port for charging purposes. Mac Otakara says that the new iPad Air will be founded on the 11-inch iPad Pro, which is by earlier bits of gossip that we’ve heard.
Bits of gossip not long ago recommended that Apple is working on an 11-inch iPad Air, which could launch in the second half of 2020. Apple investigator Ming-Chi Kuo as of late said that Apple is working on a 10.8-inch iPad, and keeping in mind that he didn’t state it was an “Air” model, it fits in with different bits of gossip about a new iPad Air.
One gossip from leaker L0vetodream has demonstrated the up and coming iPad Air could include a mini-LED display with an under-display version of Touch ID rather than Face ID, however, it is not yet clear if that information will end up being precise as it hasn’t yet been supported up with a second source.
Mac Otakara additionally refers to the forthcoming iPad mini, which Kuo recently said would measure in at 8.5 to 9 inches. This new iPad mini, coming in 2021, is required to keep on feature a Lightning port as opposed to a USB-C port.
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