Just when you thought it was a near-extinct dinosaur, the Apple iPad Mini comes roaring back to life in . It's the first entirely new iPad Mini since the Mini 4 launched in 2015 (although that's been updated over the years).
Still, it looks the same from the outside, and the main differences include a big jump in mobile processor, a True Tone display, better front-facing camera and support for the Apple Pencil (only the first-gen Pencil, though).
Starting price stays steady at $399. The tablet will start at £399 in the UK and AU$599 in Australia.
Also new is the 2019 version of the iPad Air, which you can see.
And if bigger screens are your thing, Apple also hasin 21.5-inch and 27-inch versions.
With all this hardware out of the way, you can expectat the upcoming .
iPad Mini (2019) vs iPad Mini 4
|Specs||Apple iPad Mini (2019)||Apple iPad Mini 4|
|Display size and resolution||7.9-inch True Tone display 2,048x1,536||7.9-inch Retina display 2,048x1,536|
|Weight||0.66 pounds (300.5 grams)||0.65 pounds (298.8 grams)|
|Video capture||1080p HD video recording||1080p HD video recording|
|Front facing camera||7-megapixel, 1080p||1.2-megapixel, 720p|
|Battery||19.1-watt-hour lithium-polymer battery||Li-Ion 5124 mAh|
|Fingerprint sensor||Touch ID||Touch ID|
|Connector||Lightning connector||Lightning connector|
|Apple Pencil support||First-gen||None|
|Base price off contract||$399, £399, AU$599||$399 (now discontinued)|