With perfect timing, the 5th generation iPad is said to be featured in more than 100 new high-resolution photos, some of which compare the iPad 4 to its purported follow-up.
The supposed new iPad looks noticeably smaller than the current iPad 4, taking cues from the iPad mini while still maintaining the same 9.7-inch screen of a full-sized tablet.
iPad 5 fingerprint sensor?
Dickson's current batch of photos include the casing and the front panel of the unconfirmed iPad 5, so without the new home button present, there isn't much room to speculate.
History has taught us that the new iPad doesn't always launch with the latest and greatest features contained in the iPhone.
As the next Apple event, thought to be in October, draws closer and everyone's focus on the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C subsides, we should find out more about the company's next tablets.
- Is it worth the upgrade? Check out our iPhone 5S vs iPhone 5 comparison.
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