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This is probably what Apple's upcoming iPhones will look like

02 August 2018, 09:04 | Jodi Jackson

This is probably what Apple's upcoming iPhones will look like

This is probably what Apple's upcoming iPhones will look like

The most recent report from Japan's Macotakara suggests that the new iPad Pros will sport bezel-less displays, creating an even sleeker aesthetic than that of its predecessors.

While rumours about the next generation iPhones are doing rounds of the Internet, there are some eagerly waiting for information on the next generation iPad Pro models - Apple's flagship tablet range.

Apple is widely expected to introduce a plethora of new products this fall, including all-new iPhone models, Mac computers, and a duo of radically-redesigned iPad Pros featuring slightly smaller form-factors, almost bezel-less, edge-to-edge displays, and surprisingly, no 3.5mm headphone jack, according to a report published this week by the Japanese Apple blog, Mac Otokara.

Apple has been rolling out iPad Pros with LCD screens for a long time now. Meanwhile, the 12.9in model is slated to go from 305.7 x 220.6mm to 280 x 215mm, while getting 0.5mm slimmer at a thickness of 6.4mm.

The current iPad Pro models run Apple's A10X Fusion chip and come in three storage options- 64GB, 256GB and 512GB.

Leading the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is news of possible iPhone dummy models leaking.


Apple typically introduces its new iPhone models in September.

For 2018, we're expecting to see more design evolution with 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch models blanketing the bottom and top of the iPhone X respectively. A Morgan Stanley analyst stated to Barron's just a few days ago that the cheapest of Apple's 2018 handsets would show up a month late to market.

The site also reports that a "diamond-cut" design will feature front and back, similar to the iPhone SE.

Once again, Kuo has reported that Face ID facial recognition system will be reporting Touch ID, though apparently Face ID will only work in portrait report, though some reports have conflicted with this.

It's not clear whether Apple will provide a 3.5mm headphone jack adapter with its iPads to ease the blow like it did with its iPhones. The report claims it's impossible to unlock the tablet when it's in landscape mode, so users will have to turn the device upright to unlock it. Well, according to the report, the company might get rid of the Home button and instead offer the FaceID tech that came with the iPhone X. The 10.5-inch model is said to measure 247.5mm (H) x 178.7mm (W) x 6mm (T), which is more compact when compared to the current iPad Pro's 250.6mm x 174.1mm x 6.1mm.



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