As the date of unveiling for the new iPhone draws near, more images are surfacing of the newest iPad, known as the iPad mini, which is expected to be released sometime in October.
MacRumors has recently joined forces with Ciccarese Design, and drawn upon the rumors, parts leaks and concepts from case manufacturers to create the latest renderings of the new iPad mini, as well as an incredible 3D interactive model of the device that you can check out.
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I've also shared some of the freshest images to hit the net, courtesy of MacRumors depicting various renderings of the iPad mini.
Note that some of the images we are seeing now show the headphone jack located in close proximity to the charging dock.
Only time will tell, but things certainly are getting interesting! With the anticipated launch date of the iPad mini drawing nigh, I expect we will be seeing more leaked images surfacing over the coming days and weeks. I'll keep you posted.
Also, for more on what we expect to see revealed at the upcoming September 12th Apple media event, take a look at this great analysis from MacWorld for more details.
UPDATED: Just this morning I shared the above mockups, and now, this evening MacRumors has now posted these great new images of what is purported to be the authentic shell of the iPad mini: