A tech giant like Apple has all it takes to amaze customers with every new release. Now that fans have found out more about devices which are coming in the next future, all eyes are on the speculated iPad Pro 3 tablet. Recent rumours say that its features are based on technologies which have been used for the current iPhone X.
The new tablet can replace a laptop
Every time a product is close to being launched, people are curious to find more about it. According to specialists, iPad Pro 3 is run by iOS 12 and its special tablet-focused software makes it an honourable laptop replacer.
In addition, it has other elements that could place it in the top of customers’ favourite Apple devices. The high price might be a problem for some tech fans, but where there is will, there is always a way.
The iPad Pro 3 comes with modern features
If you are curious to find out more about the new tablet’s specifications, we will mention that the display is a 12.9-inch eye-catching figure measuring 280.6 x 215 x 5.86 millimetres. Since the slim bezels have the right size, no Home button, notch or fingerprint scanner is necessary.
The Face ID technology is another common point between the iPad Pro 3 and the iPhone X. In both cases, the TrueDepht camera from the front makes the Face ID recognition possible. If you use the tablet, you will be able to make great Portrait Mode photos, thanks to the 7 megapixels camera equipped with extra depth-sensing capabilities.
Also called iPad Pro 2018, the new device from Apple will be run by octa-core A11X Bionic chipset with 7nm installed on iOS 12 beta. The OS gives users the possibility to use features like gesture control, group notifications, Siri Shortcuts or improved augmented reality specs.
The tablet might be launched this year
The iPad Pro 3’s official release date hasn’t been announced yet. However, TechRadar says that the tablet could be introduced during the event organized for the launch of the upcoming iPhone X.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.