IPad Pro 2018 Renders Reveal New Design Changes

IPad Pro 2018 Renders Reveal New Design Changes

IPad Pro 2018 Renders Reveal New Design Changes

While all the focus for Apple's September 12 event is now on the iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4, there are substantial rumors of a new iPad Pro line that could debut alongside those gadgets.

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The Gather Round iPhone event will be live streamed and you can watch the action live as it unfolds at 10am PDT on the 12th of September. The video looks as if the official reveal video of Apple iPhone. We're guessing that the same will happen with the new 6.5-inch iPhone, which should be superior - even if just barely - to the 5.8-inch variant. In theory, it could also concede that enough users want both technologies to reverse track and re-introduce the old Touch ID sensor in post-iPhone X models, but that is very unlikely to happen.

Rumour has it, the next iPhone X will support gigabit LTE data transmission speeds and 4x4 MIMO standards, and it has been predicted battery life will increase by 25 per cent, thanks to a new two-cell battery.

With the 5.8-inch iPhone X replacement set to be called the iPhone Xs, it was wondered whether the larger model would be called the same thing with buyers simply choosing a screen size at purchase. This is a bit of a price reduction from last year's iPhone X, which launched at $999 for the 64GB model.

Other design features include the removal of a home button which would suggest the next iPad Pro will use gesture like controls as seen with the iPhone X.

To be a little more specific, Apple is said to be planning two iPhone X follow ups. The entry-level iPhone will ditch the stainless steel housing, opting instead for an aluminum shell that will come in a series of colors according to Bloomberg.

But still, despite Apple's marketing and insistence on pronouncing last year's iPhone X as iPhone 10 - X is the Roman numeral for 10, and it was the 10th-anniversary iPhone - lots of people still called it "the iPhone Ex".

Jason Cipriani has covered technology full-time for the past 8 years.

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