Apple mightn’t be releasing the iPad Mini with the Retina screen right away, according to a report they provided previously this week. Rather, a slimmer version could be released first, supposedly in the 2nd half of this year.

Apple Will Release Slimmer iPad Mini Before Retina Display

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This next-generation slimmer iPad Mini’ll be getting an updated processor. The current A5 processor will be changed with the A6, as the iPad Mini with the retina screen was forecasted to have. The disappointment that Apple fans will deal with is that, like the current generation, the brand-new gadget will consist of a 1,024 x768 screen.

From the DisplaySearch Expert Blog, ‘The new iPad mini’ll remain to make use of a 7.9-inch display with a 1024 × 768 resolution, but it’ll utilize the iOS 7 os and an A6 processor, in a slimmer design than the current generation. ‘

The brand-new iPad Mini is likewise visiting be slimmer than the current, however it hasn’t been revealed by just how much. The first generation iPad Mini is a mere 0.28 inches, or 7.2 mm thick. It’s already rather a thin gadget, so it’ll be interesting to see exactly the amount of more compact the small tablet will get.

The updated tablet will be currently be running the recently revealed iOS 7 operating system on its A6 Processer,

Consumers don’t need to bid farewell to the iPad Mini with the Retina screen, although the delay will be longer. The present evaluation is that we’ll be seeing Apple producing them in early 2014.

‘An additional iPad mini is likewise planned for manufacturing but not until very early 2014. That gadget is expected to feature a QXGA (2048 × 1536) resolution screen and the iOS 7 operating system,’ DisplaySeach reports.

In addition to their information on the upcoming slate of iPad Minis, they likewise discuss the new full-size iPad, which is anticipated to be available in the third quarter of this year. It’ll feature a 9.7 inch, 2048×1536 panel and an A7 processor, running the brand-new iOS 7.

DisplaySearch also points out that the forecast on the ratio of iPad to iPad Minis in the shipment of new tablets will be 60 % iPad and 40 % Mini.