One of the most expected features in the upcoming new generation iPad models are the TouchID sensors that would allow for an increased security in these devices. And now, according to a report coming from MobileFun publication, the above pictures showcase some upcoming cases for the next-gen iPad Air where it's clearly visible the TouchID fingerprint scanner.
The above images are said to be from a Chinese case manufacturer which has already published them. This isn't exactly surprising, as many previous leaks of iPad Air 2 dummy units showed the same thing. But now we're seeing how the iPad Air 2 would really look like with a finger print scanner and wrapped inside a case.
Judging by the information we possess so far, the next big iPad is said to be a small update compared to its predecessor. It could get the A8 chipset, an 8 MP rear camera and it will be a tad thinner and lighter than the current generation. Its screen size and resolution should stay the same, as Apple is probably focused on the release of its iPhone 6 duo.
Besides revealing the fingerprint scanner, there aren't many other details that we can learn from these pictures. But, judging by the looks of it, this case would look much better with a touch keyboard attached to it.