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Upcoming Apple iPad Pro To Allegedly Get Rid Of 3.5mm Audio Jack

Cupertino-located tech behemoth Apple is likely to roll out its newest series of iPad Pro in 2018. It is anticipated that the new devices will come with some essential design modifications. Lately, it was claimed that the forthcoming iPad Pro devices will come with FaceID and Animoji support. Now a latest report has emerged online recommending that the new iPad Pro series will remove the 3.5mm audio jack.

As per a media report, Apple is aiming to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack this year from its iPad Pro series. This indicates that the forthcoming iPads will have a lightning adapter similar to the new series of iPhones. In addition to this, the report also claims that the new devices will come have support for Face ID. On the other hand, the functionality will operate only in portrait mode. This means that the consumers will not be capable of unlocking their iPad employing Face ID if they are holding the device horizontally.

The report additionally recommends that so as to facilitate the new Face ID functionality, the firm is aiming to shift the Smart Connector closer to the Lightning connector to the bottom on the next iPads. With the new design the firm plans to cut down the bezels and sport a bigger screen with no home button.

Besides this, the next iPad Pro devices will be launched in 12.9-inch and 10.5-inch screen sizes. It is anticipated that the firm will roll out the new iPad together with the new iPhones in September at an event.

Lately, it was claimed that Apple is aiming to roll out new color variants with the new iPhones of this year. A media report confirmed the news. The report claims that Apple will roll out the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone in Black, White, bright Orange, flash Yellow, Taupe, electric Blue, or Gold.

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