Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

Considering Touch ID arrived first on an iPhone 5s before it's gradual roll out to further iOS devices.

The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus already hit the market a few days since the announcement with these two new less-impressive handsets offering a more powerful and battery efficient A11 Bionic SoC processor, an improved screen panel thank to True Tone Display and a better camera shooter with larger image sensor.

Kuo says that Apple will do so to maintain an equal user experience for the iPhone X and iPads as well, MacRumors reports. The iPhone X features an enormously attractive 5.8-inch Super Retina Display in a smartphone that takes up almost the entire front panel.

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.

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Apple's Face ID technology might not be exclusive to the hotly-anticipated iPhone X for very long. Beginning of 2018, the inside is predicting that all future iPhones will completely ditch the TouchID and use Face ID, which means soon iPhones will not have a home screen button soon.

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 TrueDepth Camera System is created to prevent getting spoofed by photos or masks. Analysts have been claiming that a lot of people will upgrade to the iPhone X and it has been referred as a super cycle. Certain use cases really only make sense with a mobile device, especially in regards to user-generated content, but security measures for unlock and Apple Pay could offer something new to the iPad Pro line.

This isn't the first time we've seen pictures of the iPhone X being used in public now that the phone isn't a secret anymore.