Two Unnamed iPad Tablet Models Pop Up Via Latest iOS 7.1 Code

By Prarthito

Apple may have already released its latest iOS 7.1 update for its iPhone and iPad offering, and that may have brought a number of new features and fixes to the overall iOS platform, but that's not even half of the major things that have also popped up alongside the update.

Apparently, the developer code meant for the latest iOS 7.1 has also leaked a couple of new, and still unannounced, iPad models. Noticed first via 9To5 Mac, the code also includes references to two unannounced iPad models that Apple plans to launch sometime in the future.

Two Unnamed iPad Tablet Models Pop Up Via Latest iOS 7.1 Code


As sighted via a new screenshot revealed via the same guys, the new iOS 7.1 update adds support for an iPad 4,3 and an iPad 4,6. Apparently, neither of the models currently exist at this point.

However, 9to5Mac believes that the devices may also be minor updates that Apple plans to push out at some point in the near future without that much festivities or hype. And that may not be unnatural since this is something Apple has done in the past with minor device updates.

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Apart from hinting at two new Apple iPad models, the report also states that the iPad 4,1 and iPad 4,2 are Apple's current iPad Air models, while the iPad 4,4 and iPad 4,5 are Retina-based iPad mini tablets.

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And although everything here has to be taken with a pinch of salt, since nothing has been finalized until now, if indeed true, fans could be looking at new additions that could be planned for each class of Apple tablets in the coming days.

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