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iPad Mini (7th generation)

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iPad Mini (7th generation)
Also known asiPad Mini 7
DeveloperApple Inc.
Product familyiPad Mini
TypeTablet computer
Operating systemOriginal: iPadOS 17.0
System-on-chip usedA16 Bionic
PredecessoriPad Mini (6th generation)

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The seventh-generation iPad Mini (officially known as iPad mini (7th generation) and colloquially referred to as iPad Mini 7) is an upcoming product in the iPad Mini line of tablet computers made by Apple Inc. and will release sometime between late 2023 and early 2024.[1]



The seventh-generation iPad Mini will come in 8.3" (21 cm) sized display, which is the same screen size as the sixth-generation iPad Mini, with an adaptive ProMotion 120 Hz refresh rate ultra-smooth scrolling feature currently seen on the iPad Pro, iPhone 13 Pro models, and 14" & 16" MacBook Pro.


The seventh-generation iPad Mini will have a completely new palette which was happened to the tenth-generation iPad.[1]


Apple Pencil Support[edit]

The seventh-generation iPad Mini will support the second-generation Apple Pencil.


The seventh-generation iPad Mini will feature an A16 Bionic system on a chip found on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Many rumors think that the new iPad Mini might have an M1 chip found on the fifth-generation iPad Air and the fifth-generation iPad Pro, or an A17 Bionic system on a chip.[1]


The seventh-generation iPad Mini will keep the same price tags as last year with the sixth-generation iPad Mini, but the storage is doubled. The starting prices for the seventh-generation iPad Mini are listed below:

iPad mini (7th generation) Wi-Fi

128GB: $499

512GB: $649

iPad mini (7th generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular

128GB: $649

512GB: $799


The base storage capacity will start at 128GB, doubling the size from the sixth-generation iPad Mini's storage capacity, which started at 64GB, due to the growing file sizes from high-quality cameras and software.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Casserly. "iPad mini 7: Here's what's next for Apple's smallest tablet". Macworld. Retrieved 2023-08-13.
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