New design and features reported

Can you imagine a new iPad Air? He could be here very soon. The latest report from Bloomberg is that the event announcing may take place as soon as March 8, which means it could be in your hands around Friday, March 18. New Mac.

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Recent reports from Mac Otakara have leaked a lot of details, including that the new iPad Air has entered production.

So, what can we expect from the upcoming weather? That’s all you need to know.

design change

The design will probably be pretty much identical to the current model in every respect except for one important detail: the colour. iPad Air comes in five colors and Apple never sticks to identical colors in successive years. The new colors will likely be different, even if subtle from the current silver, space grey, rose gold, green and sky blue.

Will it include the gray, pink, purple, and stars iPad mini collection? I think it would be a subtly different set of shapes.

The only visible design change I would expect would be the addition of True Tone flash (see below). Other than that, we can expect the flat-edged design now popular for all iPhones except the iPhone SE and all tablets apart from the entry-level iPad.

Likewise, Touch ID is expected to continue with the power button and compatibility with the second generation Apple Pencil.
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theater center

This is Shaw in. As you know, this is a smart video calling feature that uses a smart processor to crop or zoom in on the onscreen image depending on who’s in the shot, move with someone while they’re sitting, standing or walking, and zoom out when more people get into the frame.

The current iPad Air is the only Apple tablet that lacks this feature, which would require a higher-resolution camera than the Air. Since the latest iPad Pro, iPad mini, and even the entry-level regular iPad have the hardware that makes the Center Stage possible, it’s unimaginable that the next Air would be without them.

Ultra Wide Front Camera

This camera is essential to the operation of the Center Stage. On other iPads, the camera is 12MP, so it’s almost certainly the same as on the iPad Air 5, rather than the 7MP FaceTime HD camera that’s now.

A15 Bionic processor

This isn’t necessary for the Center Stage — after all, an iPad can manage it with its A13 Bionic chip — but the current Air has an A14 Bionic processor and Apple never updates its products without at least modifying the processor inside. Since the new iPad mini, which is a much more affordable iPad than the Air, has an A15 Bionic inside, that’s what this new Air will have, unless it has an improved model like the A15x or something.

5G network

Both the iPad Pro and iPad mini are capable of 5G connectivity on the wifi+ cellular models. Again, if it was on a small device, it would almost certainly be identical to the more expensive iPad Air.

There have been rumors that a new entry-level iPad with 5G will also be launched this spring. Personally, I find this unlikely, but not impossible.

Flash Enhancer

The iPad mini has a quad-led True Tone flash, which the Air and the base iPad don’t. It is very likely that this will be added to the new Air. There is no expectation that the upcoming Air will match the dual cameras or LiDAR scanner of the iPad Pro.

More news as we have it.
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