The new iPad will get a facial recognition system users, but not the OLED display
A month ago, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (Ming-Chi Kuo) suggested that Apple will be equipped with cameras TrueDepth and technology Face ID updated the iPad Pro.
Now Bloomberg, without naming informants, continues this theme, reporting that at least one new iPad model, the size of the iPad Pro is 10.5″, will get facial recognition technology users.
While Apple refuses to use the Home button with integrated fingerprint sensor Touch ID in favor of Face ID technology, as was done in the iPhone X.
What the new iPad will not repeat iPhone X is the type and form of display. The source believes that next year Apple will continue to use LCD displays in the new iPad models. It is also assumed that the camera system TrueDepth will be located in the upper frame of the display, which will have a cutout, like the iPhone X.
Recall, the experts DisplayMate tested the iPhone screen X, calling it the best in the smartphone market.
The release of new items is expected in June next year.