Redesigned iPad with Facial Recognition Slated for 2018

Mandy Carr
November 10, 2017

The report claims that the 2018 iPad will be completely redesigned with edge-to-edge screen just like the iPhone X. What's more, the device will also come with some of the key features of the iPhone X. In fact, one model of the iPad will come with a screen size which would be close to 10.5-inch iPad Pro. That does sound like the new iPhone X, doesn't it?

Of course, with the Apple iPhone X getting such a huge design upgrade, we were expecting to see the same happen to the Apple iPad as well. One of the new features that we will be seeing is the Face ID feature as well as the slim bezel design that the newer iPhones have been sporting.

Apple seems to be keen on adding this security feature to the iPad as well.

OLED screens can more accurately reproduce colours, but they are more hard to produce in mass quantities than standard liquid-crystal displays. The new version will mark the first revamped look for the iPad since the first iPad Pro debuted in 2015.

Bloomberg has learnt of Apple's plans from "people familiar with the matter", who let slip that the firm's next-gen iPad will be the first to adopt the Animoji-enabling face recognition system.

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As you may not know, the sales for iPad has been decreasing over the years.

Apple has recently refreshed its iPad lineup in June 2017 at Worldwide Conference 2017.

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.

What's interesting about fan-made renders is that they provide you with an insight into the products consumers want to see, and it's evident that Geskin doesn't want the iPad to feature an iPhone X-esque notch, because he's left it out of his set.

Face ID would be an ideal addition to both iPads and Macs, as well as any iPhone Apple releases next year.

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