Face ID technology may be coming to iPad Pro

Posted October 12, 2017

Once mass production begins and Apple starts getting the iPhone X into hands of customers, it will be interesting to see if the controversy surrounding Face ID and the device's controversial notch design will wither away. This way, Apple will be able to build a new ecosystem for iOS users.

Kuo says that Apple will do so to maintain an equal user experience for the iPhone X and iPads as well, MacRumors reports.

The Face ID is quite an advanced technology as Apple has explained to us and is probably the best facial recognition out there but are you ready to move over to the new authentication method?

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According to a recent report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will also launch a new 2018 iPad Pro that will feature Face ID and a TrueDepth Camera. It is not yet clear whether or not the home button will be eliminated on the tablet - as it will be on the iPhone X when it makes its debut next month - to allow for an edge-to-edge display.

Here's another iPhone X sighting from Reddit.

These latest improvements are particularly housed in the iPhone 8 and the larger counterpart, but neither of these new handsets include the OLED Display technology.

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"We expect Apple's major promotion of facial recognition related applications will encourage the Android camp to also dedicate more resources to developing hardware and facial recognition applications", Kuo wrote.

iPhone fans can easily tell when someone is using an iPhone X. So can iPhone haters. While the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 were the most popular phones for the first half of 2015, 2016 and 2017 respectively, market share for each phone declined from 10% to 7% and then 5% this year. So while some analysts have pointed to weak iPhone 8 sales as a sign of weakness, Kuo maintains that overall iPhone 8 demand is where it should be given the looming launch of the iPhone X.

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