Kuo’s Report Predicted iPad Mini With No Touch ID Or Gold Option

Currently iPad Mini launch became a big topic because of its specifications, as some sources believing that Apple is not yet ready to bring Retina displays to the iPad mini but high-profile KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo just revealed through new researches that Apple will launch it’s thinner and lighter fifth-generation iPad and iPad mini with Retina Display, however supplies will be highly constrained at first.

Kuo also focused on Touch ID fingerprint sensor and a gold color, and said that these options may not be available in the iPad lineup because they are still being prioritized for the iPhone 5s, obviously resulting in very tight supply.

If we see more about Kuo’s prediction, it’s he believes that fifth-generation iPad will adopt a new A7X chip and iPad will be having slightly less powerful A7 chip like the one found in the iPhone 5s.

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