Steve Hammerdorfer showed render, which could belong to the new iPad Pro.
The owner of the Twitter account @OnLeaks Steve Hammerdorfer has published renderings of the iPad with edge-to-edge display, lines for the antenna and the shape of the corners, like in the iPhone 4. No first shown by the authors of the blog MySmartPrice, they claim that this will be the new iPad Pro 2018 with a display size of 12.9 inches.
Hammerdorfer not sure what renders are true:
— So… can’t confirm 100%, but… This is probably the first opportunity to see the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Sooo… I can’t confirm this one is 100% accurate but… This might be our very first look at the new 12.9″ iPad Pro (360° video + official renders looking 5K + dimensions), on behalf of @mysmartprice -> https://t.co/QJ01AhAXS5 pic.twitter.com/C3wLE9rn0A
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) September 3, 2018
If the images created in the true scheme of the iPad this fall, Apple will completely revise the design of the tablet. The company will make the corners more sloped, and rkau frame will be placed gaps for improved signal antenna Wi-Fi and LTE.
Returning to the glorious days of the iPhone 4, Apple designers won’t give up the achievements of recent years. On the top and bottom edge of the iPad placed two speakers at the bottom between them is the Lightning port. 3.5-mm port in the render is not seen.
Also, obviously, in 2018 Apple will abandon the Home button with Touch ID sensor. Instead, the iPad will be a front facing camera TrueDepth that support Face ID. The other buttons remain in their original locations.
A small surprise is the location of the Smart Connector, which connects to the iPad keyboard. In render it is located on the rear panel next to the Lightning port. Most likely, this change is due to the fact that the Face ID may not work when device is in horizontal mode (panorama mode).
Ming-Chi Kuo previously wrote that the new Apple Pro series retain the same size, but get a bigger screen due to the frameless design.
The company from Cupertino is likely to unveil a new iPad at the presentation on September 12, along with the iPhone 2018.