Apple is always in the news. While most of the times it is due to information and news related to the next iPhone, others mostly talk about the next version of iOS. However, more and more new information is now coming to the front related to the upcoming iPad Air 2 from the company.
It's not much of a tough job to tell you that the upcoming iPad Air 2 is set to be the grand successor to the previously released iPad Air. Once the new tablet goes official, it will take over what is potentially one of the best tabs in the market that money can buy.
Now, according to reports, images of an alleged iPad Air 2 rear shell has been leaked online. The new images leaked for the new tablet from the Cupertino-based company has shown off a rear shell that sports a redesigned speaker grill. Apparently there's also a relocated rear microphone next to the camera.
As we normally expect from any leak, the new images have appeared via Chinese social networking site Weibo. The images are believed to be of the rear shell casing for the next-generation iPad Air.
"Taking a closer look at the shell reveals the same external recess thought to house the iPad Air's usual pill-shaped volume buttons, making the controls nearly flush with the surrounding structure," Apple Insider explains perfectly.
"Like the mockup, the purported part does not have space for a 'mute/orientation lock' toggle switch as seen on current iPad and iPhone models. Instead, a small pinhole is located above the volume buttons, the purpose of which is not yet known."
To be perfectly honest, there's very little on the new iPad to tell you about right now. However, we are expecting more from the company in the coming days in terms of more details.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!