iPads are still very much popular and in the limelight, they are cool to own even though you can do pretty much everything on a Macbook. Good news is that the upcoming iPad and iPad Pro will support facial recognition and there are chances that the company may launch them during their spring event on March 27th.
There is a speculation that the new tablet won’t include an OLED screen, which provides more vivid colors and sharper clarity. The device would be similar to the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the Face Id would be useful for unlocking the device, making payments, and sending animated emojis.
Since 2014, the iPad had a home button with the fingerprint scanner. This is likely to be
replaced with the Face ID feature. Fans are expecting the new iPads to be something of a comeback. The Cupertino, California-based company reported last week that iPad revenue rose 14 percent to $4.8 billion in the fiscal fourth quarter, with an 11 percent increase in the number of units sold.
Major improvements are expected in processor speed and memory with faster GPUs. Also, it may not support wireless charging, considering the battery life issues which many users have claimed for the iPhone X.
Also, the prices might be slightly cheaper and come in reasonable for many fans who always wanted to grab an iPad. If the launch doesn’t happen this month, the next launch scheduled is going to be WWDC 2018 on June 4.