The Chinese media reports that one of the tablet’s biggest selling points will be its thinness, and that the device will allegedly be 30% thinner than the previous model. In addition, the publication suggests that the iPad Mini Air will draw its processing power from the new A8 processor which is currently manufactured by TSMC.
The site's supply chain sources also predicted that the iPad Pro (12.9-inch) could arrive at the end of Q3 / beginning of Q4 2014. That contradicts a prediction by David Hsieh, VP of the Greater China Market at DisplaySearch, who says the larger iPad won't hit the market before 2015.
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