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iPad-mini ~ Cryptographic BioMetrics ~ Slated to have Finger Print capability, Retina Display 2048-by-1536 resolution at 324ppi, Apple’s dual-core A6X processor, and 8MP Camera ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 🍎🍎🍎

June 8, 2013

iPad-mini Slated to have Cryptographic BioMetric Finger Print capability, Retina Display 2048-by-1536 resolution at 324ppi, Apple’s dual-core A6X processor, and 8MP Camera.

1⃣ The 2nd generation iPad-mini rumor-mill has gathered significantly over the past few weeks; and reported a few days ago suggested that the iPad-mini v2 release date could be as soon as July, 2013. The increased rumors and attention may be warranted.

2⃣ iPad-mini v2 may have BioMetric Finger Print capability creating secure Cryptographic Libraries to secure Personal Information, making way for the best “Tablet” security consistent with Apple’s new iPhone 5S which may also have similar cryptographic security.

3⃣ Apple’s purchase of AuthenTec in 2012 may soon play a major part for new iPad and iPhone innovations. It was a shrewd move that CEO Tim Cook made that has been largely unnoticed. This technology provides Apple with a very Unique New Security feature designed to virtually eliminate passwords. BTW, AuthenTec was a major supplier to enterprises such as Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Fujitsu, HBO, HP, Lenovo, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, Sky, and Texas Instruments.

4⃣ Nothing confirmed at this point, but “leaked” photos of redesigned internal components suggest that Apple may be planning an overhaul of the iPhone and iPad’s internal geography to improve various features and to likely make room for new components as well, namely the Finger-Print Scanner and its related digitizing processors.

5⃣ Apple’s iPad-mini v2 is widely expected to feature the same (or very similar) external design as the iPad mini. Aside from the iPad-mini external shape and edges change, the iPad-mini v2 may feature a significant internal redesign when it launches this fall.

6⃣ BioMetrics and Finger Print identification are very cool concepts. However, there is a Huge amount of science that has to be packed into a very small place for “Positive-Identification” that is both consistent and assured, in the creation of Secure Cryptographic Libraries.

🔢 The graphics were abstracted from reports discussing the mathematics and logistics necessary to accurately refine and focus on your Unique Finger Print. This process sounds really cool, but there are tens-of-thousands of man-hours creating the complex process algorithyms necessary to assure very high quality security, to the order of tens-of-millions of combinations, the equivalent of an 8-digit password.

🔢 It is our Guess that all iPads, iPad-minis, iPhones, and likely MAC Books will eventually contain BioMetrics, Finger Print, Secure Cryptographic identification scanning capabilities, giving a very high level of security, exceeding the secuity offered by a random 8 digit password.

7⃣ Having personally supervised the installation very sophisticated “Finger Print and Palm Print” identification systems costing on average $250,000, to secure commercial office buildings, the user set-up is quite simple. A user that has been permitted access, simply initially swipes all 10 fingers, three to five swipes for each finger; This assures the system to record accurate, reliable, digitized images, creating a secure Cryptographic Library for this user.

🔢 Cryptographic Library creation. Once the iPhone owner swipes all 10 fingers enters, and enters an 8 digit password, the owner is registered to UnLock the device by either Swiping a Finger or entering the Password. The PassWord may be used in the event this user has damaged, dirty, wet, cut, or bruised their fingers causing the system to reject finger-print cryptographic access. What goes on internally, “behind the scenes” is amazing; The notion that this technology can be squeezed into iPhones and iPads, using an iPhone cryptographic-enabled HOME button, covered with a Sapphire-Crystal-Lens for best finger-image transmission, through to a CCD imager for digitizing, boggles the mind.

Apple is expected to debut a new iPhone, iPad and iPad mini tablet in the 2nd half of 2013. Previous rumors have suggested that the company’s popular 7.9″ tablet would have a variety of improvements over the previous model. According to MobiLeaks, the second-generation iPad mini may be equipped with a number of improvements.

7⃣ iPad Mini v2 may have the Retina display with 2048 x 1536 resolution that equates to 324 pixels per inch. Having this quantity of pixels (the same pixel count as in the iPad v4 with its 9.7″ display) squeezed into a mini 7.9″ diagonal display, will render a very, very high resolution appearing image, nearly the same (324ppi vs. 326ppi) pixel-density as we are experiencing in the present day iPhone 5 display.

8⃣ iPad Mini v2 may feature Apple’s dual-core A6X processor, similar processor housed in the iPad v4.

9⃣ iPad Mini v2 may feature an improved Cameras, reportedly to be upgraded with an 8-megapixel sensor on the rear-camera and a 2-megapixel sensor on the front-camera. This apparently may be the same Camera and lens components that exists within the iPhone 5. Storage options also the same as with the iPhone 5: 16BG as standard, or 32GB, or 64GB as additional cost options.

🔟 iPad Mini v2 may have a marginal thickness increase from 7.2mm to 7.5mm. This very, very small increase is hardly worth mentioning, as 0.3mm represents the thickness of the diameters of 3 or 4 human hairs, each measuring on average 0.100mm (which roughly equates to 0.004″). This small change may be attributed to more robust aluminium anodization surface layers.

🔢 iPad Mini v2 may have AuthenTec capabilities built-in (AuthenTec is a leading provider of mobile and network security, whose diverse product and technology offering) helps protect individuals and organizations through secure networking, content and data protection, access control and strong fingerprint security. AuthenTec encryption technology, fingerprint sensors and identity management software are deployed by the leading mobile device, networking and computing companies, content and service providers, and Governments worldwide. AuthenTec’s products and technologies provide security on hundreds of millions of devices.

🔢 iPad Mini v2 is expected to be release by Apple sometime in the 3rd quarter of 2013.

🔢 iPad Mini v2. Personally, I will be at Boca Raton’s Apple Store, waiting on the line, for this one!


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