Apple appears to be priming two new iPad models, most likely updates versions of its Pro tablets, after filings it made with the Eurasian Economic Commission were made public.
The two devices, codenamed A1893 and A1954, have not yet been detailed. But this latest tidbit fits in with rumours which appeared earlier in the year regarding updates to the iPad Pro line.
Analysts believe these new models will take on many of the iPhone X’s key features, including Face ID.
That means no home button or fingerprint scanner, potentially allowing Apple to offer larger screens on similar–sized devices.
What’s more, Apple watchers also believe the new iPad Pros will have the same notch as the iPhone X, allowing it to include the TrueDepth camera needed for Face ID to work.
There is no word on a launch date. But having unveiled the current iPad Pro lineup at WWDC 2017, Apple could show off its latest wares at the same event this year.
Reports this week suggest WWDC will start on 4th June, with Tim Cook expected to reveal Apple’s latest software during an opening keynote presentation.