Well, well. It looks like Apple is set to refresh its entire line of iPads at a media event held on October 22 according to AllThingsD. We should see the fifth-generation iPad unveiled, which should come with a handful of improvements.
The first of which would be a thinner, lighter design which will mimic the iPad mini. We should also expect the refreshed iPad to sport an A7 chip, which is 64-bit capable, the same chip found in the iPhone 5S. The new iPad would reportedly also feature an improved rear-facing camera. Moving onto the iPad mini, which we should expect to arrive with some improvements, too.
The refreshed second-generation iPad mini would feature a Retina-class display, finally, as well as the improved A7 chip. We might see TouchID featured on the iPad mini, but I don't think we'll see that just yet. Or maybe we'll see the TouchID tech, but not a Retina display due to the issues Apple is having with supplying Retina panels.