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Apple accidentally debut iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 ahead of Oct 16 event

WASHINGTON: Apple has made big blunder as company accidentally unveiled the flagship tablets iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 just day ahead of Apple Press event on Thursday, October 16.

According to 9to5Mac which first spotted the premature iPad screenshots revealed that both iPad have the Touch ID as you can see in the image and running iOS 8 as expected.

Apple is scheduled to announce both devices on press event; but the company has accidentally revealed both of its new iPads: the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3.

An official user guide for iOS 8 in the iTunes Store has apparently had its screenshots updated ahead of schedule.

The new iPad Air 2 is powered by an updated chipset, likely the iPhone 6’s A8 or a slightly more powerful A8X processor which enhance device’s performance even better.

We don’t have any clue right now that iPad mini 3 will match the larger iPad Air 2 spec for spec.

Last year, Apple essentially put both tablets on equal footing, but the company may revise its strategy to put more room between them.

Regardless, if you were hoping for major design changes, the iTunes document all but confirms they’re not coming this year.

Here’s what else to expect from Apple’s big event, and with clear mentions of iOS 8.1 in this guide, another update to Apple’s mobile OS and the launch of Apple Pay are now almost certainly on tomorrow’s agenda.

However still some excitement left for you because company still is likely to unveil couple of devices more at this event.