iPad Air could be closer than initially thought, at least if we give credit to the rumors that have emerged in recent hours on the network. In fact, some images – of poor quality – have been published in which the (alleged) user manual of the new Apple tablet is shown. We say this right away to avoid misunderstanding (or qui pro quo, if you prefer Latin): we are not sure whether it is really of the new iPad Air, but we still consider it appropriate to report the news to keep track of it and for "reporting purposes".
The device has no physical button on the bezels, except for the volume rockers on the right side and the on / off button located on the upper edge: the Touch ID would be integrated right here to unlock the tablet and make payments via Apple Pay . From the images you can also recognize the front camera, the single rear camera and the Smart Connector to connect the Magic Keyboard and other compatible accessories. There will also be support for Apple Pencil, as it was easy to predict.
To give greater credibility to the indiscretion is a detail that had already emerged at the gates of summer, or the presence of the USB Type-C port, a detail that would represent a novelty for the Air range of the Cupertino tablet. It is not, however, for the Pro series, which had already adopted this solution in 2018, preferring it to the proprietary LIghtning connector.
For all the other specifications, we must rely on the rumors that have been circulating on the net for some time now: beyond the fact that there seems to be no harmony between the rumors on the timing of presentation (there are those who speak of the end of 2020, those still of first quarter 2021), it seems possible that – USB-C aside – we will find ourselves in front of a tablet with an 11 "display, Apple A14 SoC (in some of its variants), no physical buttons and a single camera on the back (in addition to the front one).
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