iPad Pro 2018 will Feature TrueDepth Cameras


Apple has announced the release of new iPad Pro models for 2018 and it seems they will come equipped with a TrueDepth Camera. This is due to the fact that the Californian company wants to introduce Face ID features. This will come as a replacement for Touch ID feature.

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Ming-Chi Kuo, KGI Securities analyst has declared that Apple want to introduce the TrueDepth Camera experience in order to boost competitiveness and take iPhone X to another level. Apparently the company is interesting in revolutionizing the industry to make sure it is always on top.

The TrueDepts Cameras will be added to iPad Pro tablets and iPhone models, according to Kuo’s predictions. This could mean that more companies will add Face ID feature and that they will have to dedicate resourced into developing hardware and applications for this new feature.

Apple proves it is a very ambitious company and Kuo predicts that the TruDepth camera will put Android hardware two years behind.

iPhone X: the first product with TrueDepth Camera for Face ID

The soon to arrive iPhone has a list of very promising features which guarantee it will make the device become very popular. The smartphone will be released on the 3rd of November and iPad Pro models are expected to be released in the first part of next year. The latest iPad Pro model the new 10.5 inch model has slimmer bezels and a new display technology. It was released in June of 2017. It came as a replacement for the 9.7 inch model with accessories such as the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard.

The most affordable Apple tablet is still the 9.7-inch iPad released back in March. It has les featured than the Pro models and it is heavier and thicker.