Latest iPad Pro 2018 Renders Show Reduced Bezels, Camera Bump, More
We’re not just a week away from seeing what Apple has in store for us at its October 30th event in New York, and the strong expectation is that we will be treated to new iPad Pro tablets at the very least, and new Macs if we’re lucky.
We’re more confident on the former arriving than the latter, and that’s been further backed up by the sharing of new renders that show what we could potentially expect if a new iPad Pro does arrive.
Rumors of an iPad Pro with smaller bezels and the inclusion of Face ID have been knocking around for a long time now, and that would also mean the removal of the Home button for the first time.
This iPhone X-like look is something that we’ve been looking forward to ever since the iPhone X itself arrived, and if these render are anything to go by, we won’t be disappointed.
Just taking a quick look at these renders gives us great hope for what Apple may be about to announce, and we can say with absolute confidence that this will be the best looking iPad Apple has ever made, assuming all of the rumors land as expected.
That means we will see a new 11-inch iPad Pro as well as a refreshed 12.9-inch model, with the devices themselves shrinking thanks to the smaller bezels. A more compact iPad Pro that doesn’t compromise on screen size is the best of all worlds, and we can’t wait to see it.
We don’t know how much either of the new iPad Pro tablets will cost, but we cannot see them being any less than current models and, in all honesty, we wouldn’t be at all surprised if a price bump is in the cards, too.