A major change to the appearance of iPads could give users a reason to upgrade their existing tablets and attract new users.
Bloomberg reports that the new iPad, which will feature a display size "similar" to the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, is likely to be released "later next year". Apple is also preparing a new version of its Apple Pencil stylus and new software tools for using the stylus, the person said.
Like the iPhone X, the new iPad is also expected to include a faster processor and a custom Apple graphics processing unit.
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This is apparently an interim step, in order to give Apple an opportunity to test the technology on an existing product. The headset will be capable of running its own apps, and have access to a dedicated version of Apple's app store.
The company's upcoming iPad will come with slimmer bezels like the iPhone X, and that means Apple will have to get rid of the home button and Touch ID from its tablet. Speaking of screens, this is a potential point of delineation between Apple's next flagship tablet and its new, almost all-screen smartphone: it won't utilize OLED screen technology, but will instead likely stick with a tried-and-true LCD panel.
The iPad had been Apple's second-largest product line as recently as 2015.
After years in steady decline, the iPad has bounced back to post year-on-year growth in the last couple of quarters. It is much more hard to produce large quantities of OLED panels than it is to manufacture LCDs.
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Now there are two versions of the iPad Pro available - a second-generation 12.9-inch model, and a 10.5-inch model released in June, 2017. Samsung Electronics Co., which supplies OLED panels for iPhones, would be the only display maker with the capacity to produce the new screens for iPads in 2018, but technical and financial constraints still make that unlikely, according to a person with knowledge of Samsung's display operations. Would it bother you to have a notch on your iPhone X and symmetrical bezels on your iPad Pro?
Of note, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted an iPad Pro 3 with Face ID next year, but we now have a few new details about what the device could have. 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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