Next iPad Will Match New Feature

Posted November 10, 2017

The 10th Anniversary special edition iPhone X is getting more popularity day by day as the phone just got released in the market.

A new report by Bloomberg is claiming that Apple is working on a redesigned, high-end iPad, with facial recognition capabilities like the iPhone X, for release as early as 2018. The bad news, though, is that the upcoming iPad will not be equipped with an OLED display. Developers can also allow you to use Face ID to sign into their apps. Earlier, Kuo predicted that the company will introduce the same Face ID feature in 2018 iPhone models. After all, iPads running iOS 11 already feature a bottom app dock, like on macOS, which makes app switching via gestures unnecessary. According to a new Bloomberg report, the company's planning a "comeback" moment with a redesigned device for launch next year.

The new iPad of this generation would be called iPad Pro, the name of this tablet would be different, however it will be the next edition of iPad Pro.

Will the new iPad have a glass back and charge wirelessly? He says that the Plus variant of the iPhone X will come with upgraded stainless steel frames compared to the iPhone X. Apple now uses four stainless steel bands on its iPhone X, but, as suggested by Kuo - the Cupertino major may use more parts of stainless steel around the case of the upcoming iPhones. Also Apple will abandon the "Home" button and thumbprint scanner built into it. But we don't want Apple to rest on its laurels, and we're keen to see what Sir Jony Ive's design team comes up with when the Apple Pencil 2 is unveiled.

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Apple still thinks the iPad is the future of mainstream computing. But demand for the tablet waned and global sales declined 17 percent in the past three years. So, the new generation iPad would be announced in next year September month. It would be the first major revamp of the iPad's design since iPad Pro hit the shelves in 2015.

Kuo reveals more details on 2018's iPhones - one of them being the iPhone X Plus.

The new iPad is expected to be slimmer, incorporate an OLED display and also tout the facial recognition feature. So, there would be no surprising features available in the new iPad Pro.