Apple's new iPad Pro for 2018 may have just been revealed

Apple's new iPad Pro for 2018 may have just been revealed

Apple's new iPad Pro for 2018 may have just been revealed

So leaker OnLeaks has shared some probably-not-quite 100 percent accurate renders of the new iPad Pro including the 360-degree video you see above. But Apple is keen for the iPad Pro to slip deeper into professional use, and to our eyes the industrial design to the edges makes the iPad Pro look more like a device high-flying executive types would use.

True to the CAD images, the supposed 11-inch iPad Pro was rendered with two sets of speakers arranged around the lightning port, which keeps its middle passion at the bottom of the iDevice.

Other less interesting changes are the moving of the SIM card tray, altered antenna lines for the cellular model and a relocated Smart Connector. But now the website MySmartPrice has mocked up renders based on leaked schematics that visualize what the new iPad Pro will look like.

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On the right side in these renders you see the volume buttons at the top of the tablet. According to their information Face ID will however not work in Landscape mode, but fortunately will not require a notch in the screen. Apparently, there's no 3.5mm headphone jack, but this shouldn't come as a surprise. One of the main differences is that there is no home button. At one time, it was considered that Apple will go for OLED, but it seems that manufacturers can not keep up with the demand just yet.

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