Apple is working on a brand-new premium iPad that will more likely adopt a lot of the new features introduced with the iPhone X, reports Bloomberg. The new iPad, which is likely to be a "Pro" design, will apparently eliminate the Home button.

It will showcase slimmer edges, a quicker CPU, a custom-made Apple-built GPU, as well as integrated assistance for Face ID, allowing it to be opened with a face scan similar to the iPhone X. With Face ID, there's no demand for a Touch ID switch.

By getting rid of the home button, Apple prepares to significantly decrease the size of the sides on the top and base of the device for the first time given that its introduction in 2010, bringing the design more detailed to that of the lately launched front runner iPhone X. 

While the new 2018 iPad is claimed to be taking on numerous  iPhone X features, Bloomberg's resources do not believe it will certainly include an OLED screen. Instead, it will certainly continuously use an LCD display, likely because Apple vendors are still working on increase OLED manufacturing. Samsung is still being the only display producer that is capable of generating OLED screens appropriate for an iPad, yet technical and monetary restrictions will avoid Apple from taking on OLED right now.

A brand-new version of its Apple Pencil and brand-new "software program devices" for using the stylus pen are likewise said to be in advancement alongside the new iPad design.

Today's rumor is in line with previous reports from trustworthy KGI Stocks expert Ming-Chi Kuo, that formerly claimed he believes iPad Pro models readied to be launched in 2018 will come equipped with a TrueDepth Camera and also support for Face ID.

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