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iOS 12 Leaks 2018 iPad Pro Final Design: No Home Button And No Notch

On Sunday, 9to5Mac dug new details of the redesigned iPad Pro on iOS 12, we will see the new iPad Pro debut at the media event on October 30th (Tuesday). A new icon found on the iOS system provides a more detailed view of the 2018 iPad Pro. This icon also shows a rounded iPad with no Home button and no Notch.

It’s worth noting that from the icon point of view, the bezels of the device is thicker than the latest iPhone XS and XS Max. Another interesting detail is that the sleep/wake button is still at the top, in which the current iPhones move the button to the right, calls it as the “side button”. In general, the upcoming iPad Pro looks like the large version of Apple Watch Series 4

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According to previous rumors, the 2018 iPad Pro will be available in 11-inch and 12.9-inch versions. The Lightning port will be switched to USB-C port for the first time to act as the external display, plus Apple Pencil will also be updated with gestures support. In addition, the new iPad Pro will use a more powerful A12X processor than the A12, and Face ID will have landscape support thanks to the TrueDepth Camera system.

Tomorrow, Apple will take the stage in Brooklyn, New York, to unveil new Mac and iPads. The theme of the event is “making,” and it will take place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, to marks the future outcome of Apple’s tablets and computers. Keep in mind, the event to kick off at 10:00 AM Eastern Time, which will be at 7:00 AM in Pacific Time!

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