The eighth-generation iPad, which is expected to be unveiled this year with its iPhone 12 lineup, will reportedly feature iPad Pro design elements, including the replacement of Touch ID with Face ID.
The upcoming iPad 2020 will have thinner bezels and Face ID sensors above the screen instead of the touchpad fingerprint sensor obtained by the 91 iPad according to the tablet’s design plan. With the bezel design changes, there is no room for the home button, which eliminates the outlet of fingerprint recognition technology.
The new iPad will reportedly have a 10.8-inch display, which is larger than the current version’s 10.2-inch screen, and in line with previous rumors, with dual speakers, a power button on top and a USB Type-C charging port. Floor. The schematic also reveals that the device has magnetic connectors on the back, supporting Apple’s Magic Keyboard, as well as a single camera instead of a camera bump with more than one lens.
has reached out to Apple to confirm the validity of the design schematic of the eighth generation iPad, and we’ll update this article as soon as we hear back.
Apple’s fall iPhone event
Apple hopes to unveil the eighth-generation iPad at its upcoming fall event, which is usually held until mid-September.
The iPhone 12 will continue to be the star of the event, with the smartphone rumored to undergo a major design change and significant internal upgrades from its predecessor. Apple is also expected to announce Apple Watch Series 6, AirPods Studio and HomePod Mini.