The Raspberrypi Foundation just announced: New product: Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ ... releasing the Pi 3 A+ as
[...] one of our most frequently requested “missing” products.
By the way, the Foundation also explains:
that the 3+ platform is the final iteration of the “classic” Raspberry Pi: whatever we do next will of necessity be less of an evolution, because it will need new core silicon, on a new process node, with new memory technology. So 3A+ is about closing things out in style, answering one of our most frequent customer requests, and clearing the decks so we can start to think seriously about what comes next.
But setting that aside, what are the key differences between the 3B+ and the new 3A+ and what features do they share?