iPad Air 2 dummy unit reveals upcoming design changes

iPad Air 2 dummy unit reveals upcoming design changes


iPad Air 2 dummy unit reveals Apple's plan to ditch the mute switch Photo: Zing

Apple is expected to announce its new iPad lineup at an event next week, but manufacturers in Vietnam have leaked a hands-ons on video of a high-quality iPad Air 2 dummy unit, that reveals all the subtle design tweaks coming to the world’s most popular tablet.

One of the biggest changes is addition of Touch ID as well as the disappearance of the the mute-switch, which has been completely removed from the left side of the iPad Air 2, while the volume buttons are a bit more recessed.

Check out the hands-on video below to see some of the other changes:

The iPad Air 2 is expected to be announced on October 16th at a town hall event on Apple’s Cupertino campus. Additional upgrades to the iPad Air 2 are expected to include Touch ID, A8 processor, 8MP rear camera, HD FaceTime camera, a slightly thinner profile, and an anti-reflective coating.

Source: Zing