Published: Wed, September 12, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

IPad Pro 2018 Revealed In New Renders

IPad Pro 2018 Revealed In New Renders

Apple has achieved this by removing the Home button from the tablet and switching to Face ID.

True to the CAD images, the supposed 11-inch iPad Pro was rendered with two sets of speakers arranged around the lightning port, which keeps its middle passion at the bottom of the iDevice.

Other components of the iPad Pro 12.9 (2018) is a 10.5-inch variant, both shipping with LCD panels and the A12 or A12X chipset.

The camera is probably contained within the black bezel border running around the display, and the smart connector for connecting keyboards is relocated to above the charging port, suggesting it may need to be placed vertically.

Apart from hinting at Face ID, the renders and the video made using computer-aided design inputs show that there isn't any notch on the frontal area. Therefore, iPad Pro 12.9-inch owners will be able to unlock the device and to sign in to accounts just by looking at it and waiting for the Face ID feature to scan their face with the TrueDepth Selfie camera. Purportedly, there are antenna strips on the back similar to the iPhone 6/7 and two microphones on the top edge of the device. Either way, we will find that out on September 12 if Apple unveils this new iPad.

As per these leaks, one can spot thinner bezels on this iPad compared to its previous version, as well as no home button at the bottom.

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But the trillion dollar tech company may have another product undergoing a 2018 upgrade: the iPad Pro.

With just a little over a week until Apple's event, the rumor mill is not slowing down.

If these are anything to go by, the new iPad definitely differs from the older models in a few ways - we can not find the headphone jack, sadly, and the bezels seem a lot slimmer, although not super slim.

As is always the case, it's the iPhone that is causing the most noise this year and we don't see that changing once the event kicks off, either.

So, what are your thoughts on the iPad Pro 2018.? Some of them hope Apple will also present the new generation of iPads with iPad Pro 2018 leading the pack.

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