Why Apple Face ID Could-And Should-Come to iPad and Mac
10 November 2017, 12:59 | Virginia Benson
Apple's next iPad will steal the iPhone X's best features
It is also reported that the newiPad OLED screen will not be used instead of IPS screen. Production problems and supply constraints with its OLED panels mean they'll be limited to the iPhone through 2018. Apple already reduced the thickness of the edges on the 10.5-inch version vs. the 9.7-inch model it replaced, to maximize screen real estate, and it could go further still with additional space savings from reducing the "chin" of the front of the device. According to Bloomberg, the 2018 AppleiPad Pro should be unveiled in June 2018, a year from the last time the iPad Pro lineup was updated, which happened at the WWDC event in June 2017. The latest iPad Pros also feature a higher refresh rate for lower latency when using Apple Pencil.
Apple is no doubt hoping the changes will reignite iPad sales, which have lagged in recent years amid a glut of tablets from competitors in the marketplace.
The iPad had been Apple's second-largest product line as recently as 2015. It will be nice to see the iPad finally getting a real design upgrade after all these years. In the fiscal fourth quarter, iPad revenue jumped by 14% to #4.8 billion. In addition to a new screen, a highly competitive SoC unit is expected to be implemented.
Apple has introduced the newFace ID, facial recognition feature on the iPhone X. Now, reports say that, Apple is working on a 2018 iPad with Face ID. This move follows in step with the iPhone X, which has seen success, both critically and commercially, thanks to its refreshed design, improved performance and future-looking feature set. With new technologies like Face ID making an appearance, next year's iPad could be just as successful. Early reception has been positive for the feature, which also allows for payment authentication and sending Animojis, an animated emoji based on a user's facial movements and speech.
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