The iPad 2018 will no longer have the Home button and use Face ID

Apple is developing the iPad 2018 using Face ID face detection technology, no physical Home button and slimmer bezel.

Apple is developing the iPad 2018 using Face ID face detection technology, no physical Home button and slimmer bezel.

According to Bloomberg, the latest Apple iPad, probably the Pro version, will take many design ideas from iPhone X.

The possibility that this iPad will have thinner edges, faster processors, use Apple's customizable integrated GPU and support Face ID to unlock by recognizing faces like iPhone X.

See also: Watching the iPad Pro after being "overhauled" by Apple

According to Bloomberg, despite taking many features from the iPhone X, the iPad 2018 will not have an OLED screen but still use LCD, probably because Apple's supplier is still producing OLED in large numbers. Now Samsung is still the only unit that produces iPad-compatible OLED displays that are technically and financially difficult to prevent Apple from using OLED right away.

See also: iPhone X screen: Size and special features

The iPad 2018 will no longer have the Home button and use Face ID Picture 1
iPad Pro launched in June this year

Besides the iPad, Apple is also preparing for the new Apple Pencil version and 'new software tool' using a stylus. According to Bloomberg, the new iPad will be released a little later than the previous iPad Pro, meaning around September.

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