Is this what Apple’s new iPad Pro will look like?

Is this what Apple’s new iPad Pro will look like?

Is this what Apple’s new iPad Pro will look like?

Muhsin M. Belaal Auckburaully is a designer who specialises in producing concept videos of devices which look handsome even though they may not necessarily be official.

The render also shows new antenna lines around the corners of the tablet which could help cellular reception for those models that take a SIM card.

On the right side in these renders you see the volume buttons at the top of the tablet. One thing to point out is that there is no 3.5mm headphone port on this device.

Since the origins of the CAD and renders are not known, the reliability factor is not very high, since there is no official logo or related information.

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Apple is expected to launch three iPhones at a dedicated event in USA on 12th of September.

But Apple's decision should not be interpreted as a lack of interest in the feature. This almost confirms the presence of Face ID on iPad Pro 12.9 (2018), which would also indicate the presence of a TrueDepth camera at the front. One of the main differences is that there is no home button. Some sources argue that a 12.9 inch will also appear but it remains to be seen if it fact or fiction. The new iPhones are expected to have refreshed internals and new colors offered. That should help keep prices lower than if Apple went with an OLED.

When it comes to inside tech, iPads sport a modified version of the processor featured on the previous iPhone incarnation.

Apple is likely planning on foregoing an in-display Touch ID fingerprint sensor for phones launched in 2018-2019 altogether in favour of the Face ID system introduced in the iPhone X, 9to5Mac writes, citing an analysis from "reliable supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo". While the standard iPad tablet got a new refresh earlier this year, the "Pro" model hasn't been updated since June 2017.

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