Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

Since just after they went on sale last month, multiple reports have shown up claiming that the batteries in Apple's new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus have been swelling and causing the case to pop open. According to a report in MacRumors, Kuo believes that the TrueDepth camera module addition to the iPad Pro is being done to have a consistent user experience with the iPhone X. This is also being seen as a move to develop that ecosystem.

Apple Korea is expected to open reservations for the new iPhone 8 via the country's top three mobile carriers on October 27, they added.

Apple is likely to have strong demand for their new iPhone X from launch until 2018 and it could take the company a significant amount of time to match the demand for the handsets. Because the iPhone X will only be available in limited numbers, Kuo says that many users are instead opting to purchase the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus. In a nutshell, the iPhone X uses a new design that allows the internal board to occupy far less space.

The rumor suggests that Apple may be adding a larger 6.46-inch successor to the iPhone X to its lineup next year. Recall, Apple reportedly encountered some speed bumps with the TrueDepth camera due to the complexity of the components involved. In order to get Apple's top-of-the-line features, consumers will need to fork over the cash for the most expensive models.

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During an interview with business cable channel CNBC on Monday, Deutsche Bank analyst Sherri Scribner said that based on Apple's current stock price, investors are too optimistic about Apple's prospects. Developers will also be able to create apps that utilise Face ID.

According to Apple, the phone will feature facial recognition technology for biometric security, along with an OLED display, innovative TrueDepth camera, all-glass front and back, and the A11 Bionic processor with a neural engine.

The statistics may change in the second half of the year with launch of Apple's new smartphones and Google unveiling Pixel and Pixel 2, and Xiaomi launching its much awaited bezel-less smartphone, Mi Mix 2. However, as Apple tablets are concerned, only the 2018 iPad Pro models are expected to feature it.

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