IOS, IPAD

Ipad Pro 2018: Face ID, iOS 12, notch and no headphone jack

The struggle to keep the audio jack on mobile devices continues. Currently there is a “small” number of manufacturers who have chosen to eliminate this component so essential for many, however, this number continues to increase over time. According to a source of Japanese origin, the Cupertino company is preparing its next iPad models without a headphone jack and with a couple of highly debated features since the release of its flagship smartphone, the iPhone X.

It seems that Apple has decided to remove the known headphone jack on upcoming iPad models. The reason for this change is unknown, but it may be due to the new design they will adopt. Another of the modifications that we will see in the new iPads will be the dimensions, it is said that the dimensions of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro will be 247.5 x 178.7 x 6mm, while the dimensions of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro They will be 280 x 215 x 6.4mm, both smaller than the current ones.

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Both iPads are said to take the design of the company’s current flagship, have a notch at the top for sensors like the camera. That means your frames will be thinner and the physical button will be removed along with the touch ID. The report also talks about Smart Connector, this entry would move to another place that we are not sure of so far. The price of these should not be so low, a slight increase in the cost of their new models is expected. It is expected to know the new line of devices together with the new iPhones in the month of September.

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