Just a few days ago, Bloomberg published new details about the upcoming iPad Pro, which is coming next year. And now, a new prediction from supply chain analyst Ming Chi-Kuo of KGI Securities, claims that the upcoming iPad Pro will borrow some features from iPhone X.
The features will be FaceID facial recognition and bezel-less edges. However, the KGI report doesn’t say anything about removal of Home Button and fingerprint sensor. The Bloomberg claims that the upcoming iPad won’t have a home button. And also, it’s very unlikely that Apple will adopt the OLED display, due to supply and the cost as well.
Obviously, with the launch of new iPad Pro, Apple will launch the second generation Apple Pen (stylus) too.
Benjamin Geskin has shared a stunning an almost bezel-less iPad Pro concept design, as you can see below.
Actually, borrowing these features from iPhone X to iPad makes an obvious sense. However, one feature concerns me, how delicate will be the bezel-less sides. I mean, there is a bigger risk to hold a 12-inch tablet. I don’t think Apple will go for bezel-less as in iPhone X. The company might keep the left and right sides as it’s and minimize at the top-bottom bezels. If there is no Home button, there will be no need of such large bezels at top and bottom.
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