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.

 

Apple to offer low-cost iPhone in five different colors — analyst

Apple to offer low-cost iPhone in five different colors -- analyst

Apple may get a bit colorful with its much-rumored low-cost iPhone.
In an investors note out today, analyst Brian White cited research suggesting that the lower-cost iPhone, aka “iPhone Mini,” would come in five different colors. White also believes the phone will arrive before the iPhone 5S, which is likely to debut in September assuming Apple follows its usual schedule.
Rumors have run rampant over the past several months about a low-cost iPhone, with several analysts and Apple watchers saying such a phone would launch sometime this year. A less pricey iPhone would be geared toward developing markets where the traditional iPhone is a bit too expensive for the average consumer. Apple, of course, has been mum on the topic.
White also believes that the iPhone 6, likely to launch in 2014, will sport a larger screen size than the 4-inch display found on the iPhone 5.