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30 July 2018, 06:57 | Jodi Jackson

Apple's next iPad Pros tipped to get smaller and lose the headphone jack

6.1-inch Apple iPhone 9 Reportedly To Sport Full Active Display With Ultra-Thin Bezels

Meanwhile, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is said to measure 280mm (H) x 215mm (W) x 6.4mm (T), which is handier than the current-generation model at 305.7 x 220.6 x 6.9 mm. A new report has surfaced which claims that the upcoming iPad Pro lineup is not only going to be slightly smaller than its predecessor but will also ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack. What's new, however, is the mention that FaceID won't work while the iPad is in landscape orientation.

The report also claimed that the new iPad Pros will adopt Face ID, which is something that has been asserted repeatedly. In other words, the tablets are going to join the iPhone X in ditching bezels nearly completely. The report also pointed out that the iPhone X Plus is expected to come with a stainless steel frame while the 6.1-inch model will come with an aluminum frame to save up on the cost of making the device.

By utilizing that type of display panel, other manufacturers have been able to produce a device that has extremely small bezels - as small as 0.5mm on each side of the display - giving the effect a glorious edge-to-edge device which pretty much looks like a smartphone comprised of an entire visual panel. They show a mysterious sensor or connector on the rear side of the iPad that sits just above its Lightning port. Rumours have previously pointed out at a device with slimmer bezels and the possible inclusion of the FaceID from the iPhone X. Now though, the latest report by Japan's Macotakara sheds some light in this regards.


The upcoming iPad Pro is said to receive a shrinking treatment when compared to the previous model.

This would be a very interesting move for Apple, as it would require a significant shift away from using the iPad Pro in landscape.

Apple is expected to release three new iPhone models for 2018 all with an iPhone X style top notch display. For now, we'll have to wait to find out more.



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