Apple on Monday officially unveiled two new iPads and iPad mini devices that come with different specifications and attractive designs. The iPad Air features with slim design, and the iPad mini is in smaller size.
Both devices support the Apple pen, carrying the A12 Bionic processor unveiled by the company during the introduction of iPhones and iPad Pro, and has a powerful processor to accelerate performance and increase the efficiency of AI techniques.
The iPad Air comes with a 10.5-inch screen, which is about 20% larger than the previous generation, and has more than half a million pixels to increase accuracy.
While the device offers a similar design to previous versions of the iPad with a fingerprint sensor and the main screen button unlike what we saw with the iPad Pro also offers 70 percent higher performance than the previous generation and 50 percent faster graphics processing.
For the iPad mini, it comes with a 7.9-inch screen, clearly 25% higher than the previous generation. It also delivers higher data processing performance of about 3 times as well as a graphics processor speed of about 9 times the A12 Bionic chip.
The Apple in an attempt to offer more options to users around the world, and talked about the continued development of large capabilities in the devices, especially support for enhanced reality technologies and smart pen.
It is expected that these devices come in silver and gray colors of space and gold, both of which carry two versions of memory between 64 GB and 256 GB.