iPad Air Plus Update: 12.2 Inch Tablet Patent Leak Hints At A9 Processor and June 2015 Launch

By Vigneshwar

Few weeks back, there were rumors floating about Apple working on a giant iPad which could replace laptops. Apparently, the latest issue of the Japanese version of Macfan brought Apple's plan to the limelight.

iPad Air Plus Update: 12.2 Inch Tablet Patent Leaks

According to the leaked blueprint, which have been shared by Mac Otakara, hints that the so called iPad Air plus is said to carry the dimensions of 305.31 x 220.8 x 7 and will also sport a 12.2-inch display. If the rumors turn out to be true, it will come equipped with Apple's new A9 chipset, which is expected in iPhone 6s and iPad Air 3. As per the latest reports, it is expected to be shipped around April to June 2015.

iPad Air Plus Update: 12.2 Inch Tablet Patent Leaks

Comparatively, Apple iPad 2 measures in at 240 x 169.5 x 6.1mm packed with 9.7-inch with a resolution of 1536 x 2048 pixels which translates 264ppi, A8 chipset, 8 MP rear camera, 1.2 MP front camera and comes in 16,32,128GB variants alongside 2GB of RAM.

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Further report suggests, the Cupertino-based tech giant will integrate four built in speakers on each edge in the new iPad to support stereo sound even if the iPad is turned around.

At the same time, the MacFan has got some information about iPad 4 mini. Reportedly, the mini variant is expected to be powered with A8X processor and retain the same design as iPad Air 2. Apart from that, Apple is said to scrap iPad mini 2 and iPad mini 3.

Although, there is no official announcement from Apple's end, more informations are to be expected in the upcoming days.

Till then stay tuned to GizBot for further updates!

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