You may not have to wait much longer for the (probably delayed) redesign of the slotxo iPad mini. As the 9to5Mac learned, the historically accurate Bloomberg Mark Gurman stated in his latest newsletter "Power On" that the improved small tablet "should go" for the autumn launch. While Gurman didn't share more details about the design, he previously claimed that Apple would drop the home button and offer thin frames - in fact, it could be a scaled-down iPad Air.It will be the "biggest redesign" of the iPad mini since the first model arrived in 2012, Gurman added. The reporter claimed that Apple was still developing a "larger and redesigned" replacement for the 27-inch iMac, which would include the next generation Apple Silicon, although there was no more detail. The iPad mini has undergone several external changes since its launch. Even the basic iPad underwent several changes in the same period. In this light, Apple may not have much to choose from - it's about recharging modern design, as well as boosting sales.