New overhauled iPad Pro design confirmed in iOS code
This coming Tuesday, Apple will hold a special media event in Brooklyn where the company is expected to unveil a range of new hardware, including a pair of new iPad Pro models in 11-inch and 12.9-inch form factors. Without question, the biggest change coming to Apple's forthcoming iPad Pro models is a brand new redesign that borrows some heavy design cues from the iPhone X. Specifically, Apple's next-gen iPad Pros will incorporate Face ID functionality and, in turn, will not feature a home button.
Rumors of a sleeker iPad Pro design have been making the rounds for quite some time now, and we've even seen a few renders (based on leaked CAD images) of what we can expect to see from Apple later this week. With Apple's event just one day away, 9to5Mac over the weekend found even more proof pointing to a radical iPad Pro redesign on the horizon. Hidden within the depths of iOS is an iPad Pro icon which all but confirms what the new form factor will bring to the table.
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New overhauled iPad Pro design confirmed in iOS code originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 29 Oct 2018 at 06:50:18 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.