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Next Years iPad Pro To Come With Face ID

12 October 2017

As usual for Apple-related predictions, the word comes from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a near flawless track record for such predictions.

With its exceptional media strategy, Apple is able to create heavy buzz around its iPhone launch events.

The often-reliable CGI analyst has already told investors he expects new iPads to include OLED screen technology in 2018.

And, you're one of the many Apple fans or just a loyal iPhone user holding out for an iPhone X, here are the seven things you won't find on neither the iPhone 8 nor 8 Plus. Beginning of 2018, the inside is predicting that all future iPhones will completely ditch the TouchID and use Face ID, which means soon iPhones will not have a home screen button soon.

The world will get its first taste of Apple's Face ID tech when the iPhone X is released on November 3.

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The market generally refers to 2017 as the super cycle of the iPhone, but we think the real super cycle will be in 2018 for the following reasons: (1) TrueDepth Camera's production issues will be significantly addressed in 2018F; (2) new models launched in 2018F will enjoy a longer sales period than those unveiled in 2017; and (3) the product mix, specifications and designs of new iPhone models from 2018F will be more competitive.

These advanced depth-sensing technology seamlessly work together to securely unlock the iPhone X, make payment via Apple Pay, securely gain access to secured apps and many more advanced and new features.

There's a lot of new features and aspects to like on the iPhone X and it's surely a huge a super-cycle upgrade over anything the Cupertino has built in years.

A refreshed series of iPad Pros released next year may come with Apple's TrueDepth cameras that allow for Face ID, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

This isn't the first time we've seen pictures of the iPhone X being used in public now that the phone isn't a secret anymore.

Next Years iPad Pro To Come With Face ID