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The third quarter is apparently when the action will really start though, and a new report from one of the most reputable sources in the business seemingly reveals key details about Apples next-generation iPad Air and iPad mini tablets. In a research note sent to clients early Thursday morning and later picked up by MacRumors, noted KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed what may be everything there is to know about Apples next-generation iPad Air and Retina iPad mini tablets. According to the report, Apples second-generation iPad Air model will be a relatively minor upgrade that features the same design as the current model, for the most part. Key additions include a Touch ID fingerprint scanner embedded in the home button, an upgraded camera and a new A8 processor. Similarly, Kuo claimed that the new iPad mini with Retina display will be largely the same as the current model, but with a new A8 chipset and a Touch ID scanner. We think the upgraded iPad Air will be launched earlier in 2014 than the iPad Air was in 2013.
The extensive write-up on which this cited segment was derived from can be available at http://news.yahoo.com/solid-source-details-apple-next-gen-ipad-air-132022863.html