evleaks: Asia-Pacific distributors are stocking Apple's "iPhone 14 mini" and 10.2-inch iPad 10

A suspicious report from 91Mobiles over the weekend said that one of Apple's largest distributors in the Asia-Pacific region is stocking new iPhone and iPad models, including the so-called "iPhone 14 mini" and a 10.2-inch screen. iPad 10, but this information is most likely wrong.

The report comes from Evan Blass (@evleaks), who has accurately exposed countless Lumia and Android smartphones, as well as iPhone 12 and HomePod mini pictures, and revealed that the iPad Air 4 will be equipped with an A14 chip, USB-C port, and more. After a period of time, evleaks' tweet about the "iPhone 14 mini" stocking has been deleted or hidden.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and many other sources previously reported that this year's iPhone 14 lineup will not include the iPhone 14 mini . Instead, the lineup includes two 6.1-inch models (the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro) and two 6.7-inch models (the "iPhone 14 Max" and the iPhone 14 Pro Max). For users who prefer a 5.4-inch screen, the iPhone 13 mini may stay in Apple's lineup at a lower price.

Separately, display industry analyst Ross Young said the 10th-generation iPad will feature a larger 10.5-inch display as part of a rumored redesign.

While reports say Apple distributors are gearing up to put new iPads on shelves in September, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman said in his latest newsletter that he expects new iPads and Macs to be announced at the October event, including 10th-gen iPads and models with M2 chips. iPad Pro. Gurman said that iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura will be released in October, so it makes sense to introduce new iPads and Macs that month.

According to Gurman, Apple plans to hold a new iPhone 14 series launch event on Wednesday, September 7. Apple has yet to officially announce the event.

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