Should Apple’s iPad Mini 2 comprise Retina Display or not? The decision seems to have rattled the firm. As per a latest buzz in the rumor mill, the Cupertino Calif.-based firm still has to settle on whether to include Retina Display in its upcoming next-gen 7.9-inch iPad or not.
However, if Apple plans on to implement a Retina screen, we won’t see the iPad Mini 2 hit the shelves before the end of the fourth quarter. Considering the current iPad’s low 1024 x 768 resolution, a delay to instill the Retina screen could lead to no problem.
Apparently, Apple has decided to design the iPad Mini 2 as a bezel-less device.
Yet another rumor surrounding Apple indicates towards another iPad in the making, the iPad 5.
The iPad 5 is expected to roll out with a 9.7-inch display, a Retina screen, slimmer bezel, a single LED tube (as opposed to two) with an improved battery life.
It is speculated that the production process of the iPad 5 is finished, which means we’ll see the expected specifications in the device.
Expected to be announced in September, iPad 5 might be out for shipment either at the end of this month or early next.