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Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple to launch two new iPads

Reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today, Apple plans to launch a new 10.8-inch iPad in the second half of 2020 followed by an 8.5-inch iPad in early 2021.

The 8.5-inch iPad is rumored to be the successor to the iPad Mini, which was last refreshed in early 2019, with an A12 Bionic Chip, support of the 1st generation Apple Pencil and an upgraded front-facing camera.

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Ming-Chi Kuo expects Apple to include the leaked 20-watt power adapter in the box with both iPads, as for iPhones, the 20-watt adapter is expected to be an optional accessory along with EarPods.

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