Apple is doing work on a reshaped iPad that would eliminate the device’s home button all for the latest Face ID system presented on the iPhone X. It has been reported that the latest iPad, which will have a display size same as the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, is probably to be presented sometimes later next year. A better-quality Apple Pencil is also under development and likely to get presented together with the updated tablet.
Same as it did for the iPhone, abandoning the Touch ID home button will let Apple slim the iPad’s bottom bezel rather closer to the device’s edge. This would come about in a more immersive screen that fills the whole front of the 2018 iPad. The company lowered the iPad Pro’s side bezels considerably with the 10.5 model that went on sale in the month of June. The reports do not assure whether or not it would have the iPhone X’s signature “notch” present on top, though.
The present iPads still make use of a physical, clicking home button — and that seems a touch rather out of date after last year’s iPhone 7 got transferred to a non-moving button which just simulates presses with vibration. Apple did a similar sort of thing with the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus this very year.
It is not likely that Apple will use OLED for the 2018 iPad lineup and will get stuck with LCD, as stated in the report. Financial and technical constraints are stopping the same display technology transition that the top-tier iPhone ad created this very year. Samsung makes use of high-resolution OLED screens both for its 12-inch Galaxy Book and the Android-based Galaxy tablets that the Windows uses. But those products do not get sold at about the same volume as iPads, so now the constraint would possibly be whether Samsung can create enough screens for iPad need. And if Samsung Display cannot, it’s quite uncertain that LG or other supplies could.
Further details of the next-generation iPad still continue to be a mystery. Will it also get changed into a glass back to make it capable of wireless charging? Will we lastly get an iPad that is waterproof? The report approximates that the unveiling is just a year out, so we may not be able to check it out until fall 2018, and the report informs that Face ID integration could get nixed because of supply problems between now and then.
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