New iPad 2018 model tipped with iPhone X facial recognition tech

New iPad 2018 model tipped with iPhone X facial recognition tech

New iPad 2018 model tipped with iPhone X facial recognition tech

Apple is allegedly working on a few different models, with at least one new model of this high-end new iPad having a screen roughly the size of the current 10.5-inch iPad Pro. But Face ID for unlocking will make its iPad debut, per Bloomberg's sources, along with improved internal specs, and a brand new version of the Apple Pencil.

With the recent news making the 2018 iPad Pro updates seem more and more likely, Benjamin Geskin has shared how stunning an nearly bezel-less iPad Pro could be. The feature would replace the iPad home button that has come with a fingerprint scanner since 2014, one of the people said.

Though it supposedly won't feature an OLED panel, this model will have slimmer edges, something made possible in part by removing the home button.

Apple is probably also limiting the number of devices that feature an OLED display simply because of the shortage.

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The iPhone X is without a doubt the most exciting new iPhone release we've seen in years.

It looks like the iPad could be the next Apple product to get the Face ID treatment.

The iPad business used to be a huge profit driver for Apple, but revenue has fallen as overall tablet sales have declined in the past few years. It is much more hard to produce large quantities of OLED panels than it is to manufacture LCDs. Bloomberg said a different model will, meaning it might not carry the "iPad Pro" moniker. Bloomberg says that the majority of display suppliers don't have the ability to make OLED panels for the iPad, with only Samsung Display being the exception.

Lack of the home button on the iPhone X hasn't been a big deal for many users, but getting rid of the home button on the iPad could lead to some UX problems - especially with all the multitasking gestures on iOS 11 that already make the iPad confusing to use in some cases.

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