iPad Mini 4 Expected Launch Early September, But Will It Be Better Than The Previous iPad Mini? [Video]

The iPad mini 4 will most likely be introduced at Apple’s Fall event on September 9 in San Francisco. So, what can we expect, and will it be different than the iPad mini 3?

More than likely, the fourth-generation iPad mini will closely resemble the iPad Air 2, yet be a bit smaller and lighter. Not only that, it is rumored to have many of the same features as the iPad Air 2.

The iPad mini is expected to be 6.1 mm thick, which is the same as the iPad Air 2. Also, the iPad mini 4 will come equipped with the same 8-megapixel rear-facing iSight camera.

The iPad mini 4 will have a laminated 7.9-inch display and anti-reflective coating, which will allow the tablet to be used in direct sunlight. The laminated display will provide “more vivid colors and greater contrast,” according to a statement put out by Apple.

A recent report by International Business Times suggests that the iPad Mini 4 will be powered either by Apple A9 or the A8X processor. Which one, however, is yet to be confirmed.

Also rumored and not yet confirmed, the iPad mini 4 will have the same Split View multitasking feature and 2GB RAM, same as the iPad Air 2. iOS 9, Apple’s updated iOS, will certainly be included in the iPad mini 4, as well as the Touch ID, LTE support, and 16/32/64/128 storage capacity.

Mac Rumors gives a sneak peek at what they think the new iPad mini will look like.