Not long ago, an alleged image of the front panel of the iPhone 6 leaked. Now it seems like Apple is also trying to bring sixth generation iPad sometime later this year.
New images of what is said to be the purported Apple iPad Air 2's front glass have made its way to the internet. Also One More Thing (via Macrumors) is reporting that the next-gen iPad Air will come with an integrated display.
It is widely believed that Apple has stayed away from using an integrated display citing higher-costs.
However, this time around, Apple is keen to use an integrated display that could ridiculously reduce the thickness of the iPad. This could simply mean that the iPad Air might be slimmer and thinner than its predecessor.
Rumors have it that the second-generation iPad Air will be launched in the third quarter of this year. Furthermore, known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities recently said that Apple will launch much improved versions of the iPad Air and the iPad Mini Retina Display much before the company releases its iPhone 6.
So we can expect the launch to take place in September, instead of October. The original Apple iPad Air was launched in October last year. Furthermore, the refreshed version of the iPad Air could sport a fingerprint sensor.
While the leaked images of the iPad Air 2 may indicate all new design, but it does not give us a chance to take a look at what goes under the hood. Reportedly, Apple is rumored to introduce more powerful A8 processor. There are chances to see the new iPad lineup to use the A8 processor.
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