We'll See What Happens: Apple CEO On iPhone X Shortage

Posted November 10, 2017

According to a report published by Bloomberg, Apple is now working on a new high-end iPad that will integrate the iPhone X's Face ID facial recognition technology as well as a high screen-to-body ratio.

With a simple glance, Face ID securely unlocks your iPhone X. You can use it to authorize purchases from the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store, and payments with Apple Pay.

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Apple is reportedly working on a new tablet that could be ready by early next year.

Other expected features from the next-generation iPad are a faster processor, improved software and a new version of Apple Pencil stylus. The bad news, though, is that the upcoming iPad will not be equipped with an OLED display. According to people that are familiar with the matter, a new iPad lineup is going to be introduced in 2018 and it is going to sport a lot of cosmetic changes plus bring in a better security feature. So they would redesign this iPad with small edges making it more handy just like the iPhone X. The iPad will come up with full screen display and there will be no any buttons on the front panel. The display of the iPad will look similar to the iPad Pro. For Apple investors, these expansions recommend that a few sales that would usually fall in the December, 2017 quarter may drop into by the year 2018 due of the short of production. This would especially be beneficial for the larger iPad Pro which has the same design as the first-gen model from 2015.

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The Apple iPhone X is perhaps the company's most unique device since the launch of the first generation iPhone.

Apple is planning to overhaul its iPad for 2018, slicing away bezels along with the TouchID fingerprint sensor. It will be nice to see the iPad finally getting a real design upgrade after all these years.

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Apple allegedly still sees the iPad as the future of mainstream computing and continues investment in the series.