Apple Ipad Mini 6, 120Hz for Next?
Apple Ipad Mini 6
Apple took a bit of time, but ever since the iPhone 12 was introduced with 5G support, the company already brought this technology to the M1 iPad Pro, iPad mini 6, and iPhone 13.
The Apple Ipad Mini 6 tablet comes in two versions, 64GB and 256GB. The iPad mini 6 starts at $499.
While the sixth-generation iPad mini already features an A15 Bionic chip, it is downclocked to 2.9GHz. A 3.2GHz version would bring the iPad mini to parity with the iPhone 13’s A15 and would yield performance improvements..
Ipad Mini 6 specifics Condition:
Open-box: An item in excellent, new condition with no wear.
Processor: Hexa Core Screen Size: 8.3 in RAM Size: n/a Color: Starlight MPN: MK7M3LL/A
Internet Connectivity: Wi-Fi Processor Speed: 2.93GHz Brand: Apple Series: Apple iPad
Display Type: IPS LED Maximum Resolution: 2266 x 1488
Network: Not Applicable
Model: Apple iPad mini (6th Generation)
USB-C Processor Model: Apple A15 Bionic
Operating System: iOS
Features: HD Compatible, Accelerometer, Ambient Light Sensor, Barometer, Apple Pencil Support
Storage Capacity: 64 GB Battery Run Time: 10 hrs
The biggest upgrade would be a display capable of refresh rates up to 120Hz since the current iPad mini is locked to just 60Hz. ProMotion is already offered on the iPad Pro.
According to an insider scoop from a Korean forum, Apple is testing a 120Hz ProMotion display for its next iPad mini. The 8.3 panels is said to be manufactured by Samsung Display and will supposedly debut with the next iteration of Apple’s mini-tablet.
The sixth-gen iPad mini had a profound jelly scroll effect where one side of the display refreshes slower than the other side. We also noticed this in our iPad mini-review. Apple dubbed this behavior as normal though plenty of users disagreed and a ProMotion display will certainly help fix this problem. (Gsm Arena).
The Ipad Mini may be in short supply. Apple’s heavy cash reserves helped the company to mitigate the chip shortages in some areas. For instance, TSMC has reserved many of its production lines for Apple’s chips, but even so, a bunch of legacy chips is still in short supply and that prevents the phones from being built.