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Apple Presents New IPad Pro On October 30

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Apple presents new iPad Pro on October 30. Apple will hold an event for the media, where it will most likely present the new iPad Pro.


Apple assigned Thursday invitations to an event on Tuesday, October 30th.

The text on the invitation reads “There’s more in the making”.

Various media have received a request with another described Apple logo.

There have been speculations for months about new models of the iPad Pro.

Analysts also pointed out a presentation in October, just like code in the beta version of iOS 12.1.

Without home button, with Face ID face scanner
The new iPad Pro would get many features of the iPhone X and XS.

The screen would have thinner edges, with rounded screen angles.

Just like with iPhones, the home button would also disappear with the iPad Pro.

There is also the home button with a fingerprint scanner, and so the iPad Pro like the new iPhones a face scanner for Face ID.

Unlike the iPhones, the iPad Pro would not have a screen notch, but the scanners would fit in the edge of the tablet.

Face ID on the iPad Pro would work both in horizontal and vertical orientation.

The new iPad Pro would also be equipped with a USB-C connection, instead of the Lighting connection that has been in iPhones and iPads for years.

Apple has been using USB-c for many years in its MacBooks.

Possible new MacBooks and iMac
Pressure-sensitive stylus Apple Pencil would also be renewed.

The digital pen could, among other things, be connected wirelessly to the new iPad Pro.

Rear head the new tablet would come to a new connection for accessories like keyboards.

The new iPad Pro would again appear in two sizes: 11 and 12.9 inches.

Apple may also declare a new version of its 12-inch MacBook and its iMac computers during the event.

There are also rumours about a new MacBook Air and Mac Mini.

The MacBook and iMac not updated for more than a year.

The MacBook Air was last updated a year and a half ago, and the Mac Mini not updated since 2014.

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