Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Technology | By Russell Knight

IPad Pro to ship with Face ID in 2018

While it's understandable that the company would want to bring the latest tech to its tablet range, is an iPad without a Home button and Touch ID really desirable?

Apple is working on a redesigned iPad with slimmer bezels, no Home button, and Face ID for release in 2018, according to a new Bloomberg report. An Apple spokeswoman declined comment. Would Face ID and a new bezel-less display be enough on their own to upgrade?

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On GitHub , a user going by the nickname of Devops199 took credit for discovering and accidentally triggering the bug. One high-profile company impacted is Polkadot , a project that raised over US$140 million in a token sale.

Now the iPad may be having something of a comeback. Now, Apple has had some positive results with rising iPad sales to account for $4.8 billion of revenue during its last fiscal reporting period. However, Apple has confirmed they still see the iPad as the future for mainstream computing uses and business users.

The iPad itself is enjoying a bit of a renaissance this year, thanks largely to the launch of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the new, affordable 9.7-inch iPad. Earlier in 2017, Apple released a cheaper version priced at $329 to boost sales. It's possible that we won't see an Apple Pencil 2 this year at all.

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OLED screens can more accurately reproduce colours, but they are more hard to produce in mass quantities than standard liquid-crystal displays. "Technical and financial constraints" are preventing the same display technology transition that the top-tier iPhone made this year.

Other suppliers, including LG Electronics Inc., Japan Display Inc., Sharp Corp., and smaller China-based firms like BOE Display and Tianma Microelectronics are also unlikely to have the ability to supply tablet-sized OLED screens to Apple next year, other people familiar with the supply chain said. Let us know what you think in the comments! Apple's facial recognition system can be used to unlock the tablet, make payments and send animated emojis, the media outlet clarified.

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Today's details from Bloomberg shared that next year's iPad Pros will adopt Face ID, which KGI also recently predicted.

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