A series of freshly made renders of Apple’s revamped iPad Pro for 2018 suggest the soon-to-land tablet will feature a new look and will ditch a physical home button.
Based on leaked CAD drawings and revealed by renowned mobile tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer, they show off a device that looks significantly different from existing iPads.
The sides are more angular, harking back to the old-school iPhone 4, while the antennas for the cellular editions have been moved to the bottom of the tablet.
On the top, there’s a TrueDepth camera for Face ID beside a front–facing camera, while at the bottom, a pair of speakers sit either side of the Lightning charging port.
There appears to be no room for a headphone slot, with Apple seemingly keen to push tablet users to wireless alternatives as it has done with the iPhone since 2016.
Analysts believe the new 12.9–inch iPad Pro could be unveiled alongside the iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4 at Apple’s special event on 12th September, being held at its campus in California.
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