A report from Japanese blog MacOtakara says that Apple is about to launch a fifth-generation iPad Air model with features similar to the recently introduced sixth-generation iPad mini.
According to Digitnews, the upcoming iPad Air 5 model is expected to come with the A15 Bionic chip, a 12MP wide-angle front-facing camera, 5G support, and four-color True Tone LED flash. The new product will also have the same body as the current model, including a rear camera.
The current iPad Air, released in October 2020, has a 10.9-inch screen with thin bezels, a power button with a Touch ID fingerprint scanner, and a USB-C port. According to the source, Apple will not increase the price of the iPad Air 5 but keep it in the current price range.
Sources from MacOtakara added that the iPad Air 5 will be launched in March along with the third-generation iPhone SE, which is also expected to come with the A15 Bionic chip, supporting 5G networks but without any changes to the device. compared to its predecessor iPhone SE 2020. This information is similar to some well-known sources previously published, although there are also some sources that believe that the iPhone SE 3 will have a larger screen.
Finally, the source confirms Apple will price the iPhone SE 3 at under $400 in the US, likely to stay the same as what its predecessor was applied.