2018 iPad Pro Latest Renders: Everything We Can Expect

iPad Pro is an important computing device of Apple’s iOS ecosystem. Apple has recently announced 30th October as the launch date for its 2018 iPad Pro lineup. Apart from the much awaited iPad Pro, Apple may even refresh the MacBook Air and the Mac Mini. So here’s everything you need to know about the iPad Pro 2018.

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2018 iPad Pro: The Renders

Since its advent in 2016, Apple hasn’t brought any significant updates to the overall design aesthetics of the entire iPad Pro lineup. Well, this time around we can expect Apple to completely redesign the iPad Pro. According to some reliable renders, the new 2018 iPad Pro will sport a bezel-less display. Similar to other iPad’s the 2018 iPad Pro will also have a complete metal construction.

Ergonomically, the iPad Pro might be similar to the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. While the camera module on the iPad Pro might be similar to the iPhone XR. As huge bezels won’t take up space on the front panel of iPad both the screen sizes and resolutions will increase on the iPad Pro.

These detailed renders also point towards the existence of USB Type-C port on the new iPad Pro. Well, if Apple does include USB Type-C it would drastically improve the potential and versatility of the iPad Pro. In addition to that, the 2018 iPad Pro will rely on FaceID rather than the traditional TouchID for unlocking the device.

2018 iPad Pro: Most Powerful iPad

The new iPad Pro might be the most powerful iOS device. The new iPad Pro may be powered by Apple’s unreleased A12X bionic chipset. A few days ago, Adobe announced that it will release the full-fledged desktop version of Photoshop for iPad in 2019. Consequently, running the touch-enabled Photoshop definitely requires powerful internals.

The 2018 iPad Pro may offer 6GB RAM and a maximum of 512GB storage on the higher end model.

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