It looks like Apple is building the next generation of tablets, such as the iPad Air 5, which will likely feature a 10.9-inch liquid Retina display, and apparently, like the previous generation, the ID touch sensor will be integrated with the power button on the top frame of the device. Now, a report has been published which shows that the Cupertinos have planned the unveiling of this product for the first half of this year.
The report states that the processing power of the new iPad Air will be provided by the very powerful A15 Bionic chip, which will subsequently enable the support of the fifth generation mobile network (5G). Other specifications include an ultra-wide selfie camera that offers the Center Stage feature.
Utilizing artificial intelligence and learning the A15 chip machine, this feature allows users to move around the front camera when filming when moving and changing position. This feature was first unveiled on the iPad Pro 2021, and given the prevalence of the Corona virus and its consequences, namely telecommuting and the prevalence of video communications and video conferencing, its use in the iPad Air could be a very important feature.
Rumor has it that Apple is preparing for its first virtual event in March or April 2022, with the iPhone SE 3 likely to be the most likely introduction. With this phone, Apple will unveil the next generation MacBook Air and iPad Air at the same event.
According to previous reports, the iPad Air 5 could have a dual camera array similar to the iPad Pro, and the use of a slide sensor is also possible; But the veracity of this claim cannot be confirmed or denied. In addition, there are rumors that the fifth generation iPad Air may be equipped with an OLED display; However, this change seems a bit unexpected now due to the small supply chain capacity of these displays.