Rumored Specs Of iPad 5 And iPad Mini 2 (In Gold) Leak

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The iPad Mini 2 is rumored to come in the same colors as the new iPhone 5S, we have already seen a photo of the Space Gray version, and now it looks like we have some photos of the gold version of the iPad Mini 2.

Sonny Dickson, the Australian blogger who revealed most of the details about Apple’s iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c before it was launched, has just revealed a ton of details and shared leaked photos of the next generation iPad mini.

Dickson also mentioned that, according to his sources, the iPad mini 2 would include Apple’s new A7 64-bit chip, the M7 motion coprocessor we’re seeing in the iPhone 5s, along with 1GB of RAM. As for the 9.7-inch iPad 5, Dickson’s sources revealed that it will pack 2GB of RAM under the hood, presumably sporting the same specs as little brother. He also claims that iPad mini 2 will come in Space Gray, Gold and Silver. The iPad mini 2 will also include Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, which was introduced with the launch of iPhone 5s.

If Apple wants Touch ID to be taken seriously and gain mass appeal, it makes sense to have it on as many devices as possible. With that in mind, we’d say it was likely that the iPad 5 will get the same fingerprint scanner, although we can’t say for definite.

Rumor has it that Apple is hosting a media event on Oct 15, which likely will serve as the iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 release date and Apple fans are crossing their fingers for the prayer to become real.

 

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Apple iOS 7 unveiled

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We heard it would be flat. We heard it would be black and white. We heard that it would be
a totally different experience.It is. iOS 7, the latest version of Apple’s flagship mobile
operating system, is here, and it’s almost entirely different from the versions that
came before. Gone are the skeuomorphic designs and 3D effects, replaced by Sir Jony
Ive’s “flat design.” Rumors had been flying for weeks about the new OS and now it’s here
and it is, at least at this early reckoning, a massive change for the six year old operating
system.

  • First, we must remember that Ive, Apple’s industrial designer now in control of software

following the departure of Scott Forstall, isn’t a believer in interfaces that copy real-world

objects. In the past, making the Notes app look like a legal pad or the calendar app look

like a Moleskine calendar notebook were part of the iOS design philosophy, as ingrained in the OS as “Slide To Unlock.” All that is gone now.

Are you ready for a whole new world?
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