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Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

12 October 2017

The iPhone X isn't available for pre-order until closer to the end of this month.

As Apple established a new precedent by launching the latest iPad Pro in June this year, it is possible that the same will happen in 2018, meaning the wait will not be too long for a TrueDepth-equipped iPad Pro.

While Apple might've struck gold with Face ID, assembling the feature on an iPhone isn't as easy as unlocking one with it.

The Cupertino-headquartered technology giant has address a significant number of major changes to the design of the iPhone X with this new handset phone now sports a remarkable edge-to-edge screen display.

The often-reliable CGI analyst has already told investors he expects new iPads to include OLED screen technology in 2018. Kuo had previously also predicted that all the 2018 iPhone models will feature Face ID. A glance at the notch is enough to confirm the phone is indeed Apple's best iPhone to date.

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We all know how popular the iPhone X is and how much of an impact it's had on iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus sales.

To be clear, face and iris scanning have been around for many years now, but Apple's TrueDepth camera is a step above current systems.

The world will get its first taste of Apple's Face ID tech when the iPhone X is released on November 3. Though a dip in iPhone sales is to be expected given the mass of users who are holding out for the iPhone X, Kuo writes that demand for the iPhone 8 Plus has been higher than anticipated.

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The Animoji seamlessly and fluidly working with the A11 Bionic, the TrueDepth Camera System to capture and analyze over 50 different facial muscle movements, then animates the user expressions in a dozen different emojis. One of these, of a "super-cycle" is on the mind of a lot of analysts.

Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro