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Ecco le caratteristiche hardware che ipotizzo possa avere:

 

Retina Display 2048x1536

Apple A7X SOC, CPU 1.4Ghz dual core 64 bit, GPU PowerVR SGX G6630, RAM 2GB LPDDR3

Fotocamera frontale HD migliorata, fotocamera posteriore da 8MPX simile a quella di iPhone 5s, ma senza flash LED

Design più sottile (7.6mm) e leggero (sotto i 500g)

Touch ID

iOS 7.0.3



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2 gb di RAM magari

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Considerali certi.

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secondo me no

 

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Pensa se mettono 256mb di RAM come il primo ipad ahahah

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One of the most exciting new features of the upcoming iPad mini successor is perhaps the long-rumored Retina display. Apple has been developing a Retina-version (Apple’s term for the crisper display found on iPhones, the larger iPads, and some MacBook Pros), but the company has been reluctant to ship it due to cost, hardware size, and battery-life concerns. Though for October 22nd, it sounds like Apple has an iPad mini with Retina display ready to go.

But, it could potentially have a very minor trade-off: some extra thickness and width that will likely not be noticeable to the human eye. Just like the the full-sized iPad went thicker (and heavier in that case) to accommodate the much higher-resolution Retina display, the iPad mini could slightly bulk up to fit the new display, according to Macotakara. At a conference in China, the website went hands-on with some purported cases for the next-generation iPad mini. These cases fit a device with a thickness of 7.5mm and width of of about 0.2mm wider than the current iPad mini…

 

 

The current iPad mini is 7.2mm thin and 134.7 mm wide, making the new dimensional increase hardly noticeable. In comparison, the third-generation iPad grew 0.6mm in thickness over the preceding iPad 2. Of course, it is highly possible that these variances could be due to imperfect information from the case-makers (which would not be unprecedented) or just due to the extra proportions needed to fit a device in a hardshell case. It is likely that the nearly-identical (but larger) fifth-generation iPad design will feature similar dimensions.


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The reason that the Retina iPads require extra thickness is in order to fit a larger battery. Higher-resolution displays are more power-intensive, so Apple has to beef up their batteries in order to retain the same battery life as the preceding non-Retina versions.

The cases from the aforementioned conference also indicate that the new iPad mini will feature a re-located microphone on the rear of the device. Besides the new display, we understand that the iPad mini 2 will feature a faster chip (likely a 64-bit A7 variant) and that Touch ID has not been present on recent internal test models.


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Apple's upcoming iPad hardware refresh is widely believed to bring a thinner overall form factor with narrower bezels and an iPad mini-like cross-section for the fifth-generation tablet, leading Cupertino to introduce a new version of the popular iPad Smart Cover, according to one analyst.
 

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A purported iPad 5 rear shell featuring an iPad mini-like design | Source: Sonny Dickson

A Monday research note from Cantor Fitzgerald's Brian J. White says that based on conversations with Chinese and Taiwanese suppliers, the firm expects Apple's next full-sized iPad to be between one-half and three-quarters of an inch narrower than its predecessors, figures that line up with schematics provided to AppleInsider last month. White noted that several vendors at trade shows the firm attended over the weekend were selling iPad cases and covers matching the new dimensions.

"Given this change in size, we believe this will provide Apple with an excuse to unveil a new Smart Cover and drive an upgrade cycle for this line of cases (also an upgrade cycle for non-Apple branded iPad cases), which we believe is an attractive margin product for Apple," White said. "Essentially, if you own a case for prior versions of the iPad, you will need to buy a new case for the iPad 5."
 

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Very little is known about the new iPad's matching Smart Covers, but given that Apple's next tablet is rumored to feature the same edge geometry as the company's iPad mini, it is possible that the covers will mimic the all-fabric design of their smaller counterparts. Previous rumors have pointed to a narrower variant of the existing full-size iPad design, but the rumored change to the body shape of the iPad 5 — combined with the current generation Smart Cover's propensity to scratch the side of the iPad where it is attached — make that an unlikely choice.

White's research also suggests that the iPad 5 will be available in the same three colors as the iPhone 5s — silver, gold, and space gray — and the firm expects the new form factor to entice customers holding on to older iPads to upgrade.

"Given that Apple did little in the way of changing the look and feel of the past couple of iPad iterations, we believe Apple's sizable installed base is ready to purchase a new full-sized iPad," White writes.

That hypothesis is borne out by data from popular trade-in service Gazelle, who said last week that iPad trade-in activity spiked 86 percent week-over-week and 269 percent year-over-year after a report that Apple would hold an iPad-focused special event on Oct. 22. Gazelle reported similar increases for older iPhones leading up to the launch of the iPhone 5s and 5c, which went on to sell a record nine million units on launch weekend.



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Ecco le caratteristiche hardware che ipotizzo possa avere:

 

Retina Display 2048x1536

Apple A7X SOC, CPU 1.4Ghz dual core 64 bit, GPU PowerVR SGX G6630, RAM 2GB LPDDR3

Fotocamera frontale HD migliorata, fotocamera posteriore da 8MPX simile a quella di iPhone 5s, ma senza flash LED

Design più sottile (7.6mm) e leggero (sotto i 500g)

Touch ID

iOS 7.0.3

 

praticamente hai azzeccato le cose ovvie,il display retina (scontato),la leggerezza e (ovviamente) l'ultima versione di iOS :D



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praticamente hai azzeccato le cose ovvie,il display retina (scontato),la leggerezza e (ovviamente) l'ultima versione di iOS :D

si praticamente lo sbagliabile l'ho sbagliato!




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