An alleged iPad Air 2 GPS module, a Wi-Fi component and a microphone were shown off on a series of claimed photographs highlighted by a French website Thursday.
We’ve already seen photos that purportedly picture a number of the various internal components of the iPad Air 2 and today’s leak reinforces the notion that Apple is getting ready to refresh the iPad lineup soon.
You can easily see the Apple logo on the components, strongly suggesting these are most likely certified parts.
Seen below: a purported Wi-Fi iPad Air 2 module.
By comparison, below is the same part in the original iPad Air.
And finally, here’s a side-by-side comparison of the original iPad Air’s GPS module (left) and an alleged iPad Air 2 part (right). Other than the slightly more elongated appearance, the GPS antenna for the iPad Air 2 appears to largely resemble its iPad Air counterpart.
The report also claims that screens for the iPhone 6 have now arrived to the assembly line on schedule. Here are a few alleged photographs of the front iPhone 6 panel and screen assembly.
As you can see for yourself, the front plate and the screen assembly appear similar to prior leaks of these components.
Additional images can be found at the source link.
Although Apple is thought to be holding a media event on September 9, we think it’s going to be strictly about the new iPhone(s). In turn, we expect the firm to unveil the new iPads at another media event in October.