If you prefer the iPad Mini, there’s some bad news: The iPad Mini could be discontinued, BGR reported Tuesday.

A source close to Apple told BGR the company could phase out the 7.9-inch tablet. The source did not specify when exactly the iPad Mini would be discontinued. It’s also not clear if Apple will keep selling the iPad Mini 4 for a period without further updates or if it will take the tablet off shelves.

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The news comes after Apple discontinued the iPad Mini 4 32GB model earlier this year when it rolled out the new 9.7-inch iPad.

There’s not much talk about an upcoming iPad Mini 5, which means the 2015 iPad Mini 4 could be the last of its kind. The end of the iPad Mini line would follow the iPad Air, which previously was discontinued by Apple. Meanwhile, other rumors suggest Apple will rebrand the mini iPad as the iPad Pro Mini.

Sales of the iPad Mini, which was introduced in 2012, could have been affected by the release of the iPhone 6 Plus, which launched two years later. The source told BGR there is “fierce cannibalism of our own products,” meaning bigger smartphones are killing the mini tablets.

iPad Pro 2 Rumored Features

Apple is expected to introduce the iPad Pro 2 at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next month. The device is expected to come with an edge-to-edge display, the first tablet to have that feature. The iPad Pro 2 also could come with a Touch Bar, which was introduced last year on the MacBook Pro. Other rumors suggest the tablet could come with a new Apple Pencil, which was launched with the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The iPad Pro 2 could come with an electromagnetic strip that would work as a charging point and dock for the accessory. The tablet is also rumored to come with a 12-megapixel camera with features including 4K video recording and Live Photos.

iOS 11 Rumors

iPads will also get a boost from the upcoming iOS 11 update, which is expected to roll out this fall alongside Apple’s new iPhone lineup. iOS 11 is expected to come with an advanced version of Siri. Apple could boost the voice assistant with contextual learning abilities and deep integration with iMessage and iCloud for its upcoming update, the Verifier reported in March. With the update, Siri would be able to give restaurant recommendations, make a reservation or book an Uber directly through the iMessage screen.

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iOS 11 also will push Apple original video content through a revamped Music app, Bloomberg reported. Apple could release as many as 10 original shows and documentaries, including will.i.am’s Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke, by the end of this year.

Fans might get a preview of what iOS 11 will come with during WWDC.