Apple iPad Air 4's design leaked in a pamphlet showing full-screen display and side TouchID button

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Cover image source: MacWorld UK

Rumours are saying that Apple will launch the next generation Ipad Air later this year with a few upgrades. Other than featuring the A14X chipset, it could also sport an 11-inch Liquid Retina Display as reported earlier. Now, we might be lucky enough to take a first look at the upcoming iPad thanks to an alleged pamphlet.

The iPad Air 4 might now have a full-screen face similar to the one on iPad Pro according to the pamphlet. Instead of using the FaceID for authentication, the iPad Air 4 could also come with a TouchID button that is interestingly placed at the side. The pamphlet also mentions that the new iPad would use USB-C instead of the Lightning port.

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It is unsure whether the pamphlet can be trusted, but the source mentions that there are no obvious inconsistencies to be found. To recap, the iPad Air 4 is expected to come with a single camera. It might also be launched with three storage options including 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. Most importantly, the price is estimated to be around 649 USD (~RM2,707).

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