The renders are an improved version of CAD schematics that were previously released, showing a daring iPad with a fresh new look.
A video which showcases a 360 degree view of Apple's revamped 12.9-inch iPad Pro can be seen below. As for price, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro might be available at Rs 54999 (roughly $772) for 64GB of room. The premise so far is that this is the Smart Connector moved there for added functionality when the iPad is docked in portrait mode, but we'll see what Apple has really meant very soon.
But given it's been over a year since the last iPad Pro, it seems reasonable to start getting excited about the possibility of a new tablet appearing at next week's event. We believe Apple may feature the Face ID unlock on this, so it gets rid of the home button.
As the leaks give a 360-degree view of iPad Pro 12.9 (2018), one can also spot speaker grilles on both sides of the top, with the power button at the corner, above the rear camera.
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At the bottom is the charging port accompanied by two speaker grills and sadly there is no 3.5mm headphone jack, which is a letdown as the iPad is one of the best tablets to enjoy media on. The volume buttons are on the right side of the device. The bezels have become slimmer than before, but they are still thick enough to let you hold the device in hand without your thumb or palm touching the display.
MySmartPrice claims the positioning is related to the limitations of Face ID in landscape orientation, however well-connected Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman has said horizontal Face ID support is a feature in the upcoming iPad Pro models, which are expected to be announced this month.
So, what are your thoughts on the iPad Pro 2018.? Apple is expected to offer 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options.
Interestingly, there's what looks like a smart connector (three metal contacts) located above the Lightning port on the back of the device. It is not new as the OEM is popular to begin the trend of letting go of headphone jacks.