It looks very similar to the current 9.7 inch iPad, but appears to be about two-to-three inches smaller in diameter.
The tech blog
Information Week says these latest photos appear to be legit. It says they show a smaller iPad with an aluminum shell and slightly thicker edges than the current third generation iPad.
It has two cameras, front and back, and appears to have a small lightning connector, just like the new iPhone 5 (that will not fit current chargers and docks).
Information Week says the new device should measure 7.8 inches in diameter, similar to a Kindle and other Android tablets.
When will Apple unveil it?
Now the only question is when it will be publicly unveiled, and hit stores. Bloggers expect Apple will hold a major event in mid-October to show it, then will begin selling it by Nov. 1, for around $249 - $299.
That's at least $200 less than the iPad, making it an ideal holiday gift for many families.
As always, don't waste your money.
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