iPad Pro 3 Release Date, Update: iPad Pro 2018 To Launch At WWDC 2018 With All-Screen Display and Face ID
Rumors regarding the iPad Pro 3 arrival at WWDC 2018 are rife. While details of the upcoming iPad Pro are scarce, it is widely speculated that the iPad Pro 3 will follow the footsteps of the iPhone series by going with an all-screen display and Face ID feature that will replace the Touch ID from iPad Pro 2018.
According to the previous report by MacRumors, Apple would launch the iPad Pro 3 with a full-screen view at the front that is made probable by reducing the bezels around the screen to least visible. If this turn out to be reality then upcoming iPad Pro will be the biggest design change ever received by an iPad model. Rumors also suggest that the third-generation iPad Pro will feature iPhone X like design that will give a notch area on the top portion of the display. Notch display on iPad Pro 2018 will provide a better media experience.
However, the home button situated at the bottom bezel will be removed due to all-screen display from iPad Pro 3. This basically means that iPad Pro 2018 will have fingerprint reader embedded under the home button or it will have the Face ID feature similar to iPhone X.
Regarding the release date of the iPad Pro 3 is expected to be included in the lineup of new hardware to be unveiled by Apple at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2018) event this June. Previously the pro-level iPad was expected at the recent education-focused event of Apple at Chicago, but the tech giant only announced an updated iPad with Apple Pencil support.
The reason why we believe 2018 launch for iPad Pro 3 is because of a line of code that appeared in the iOS 11.3 Beta update. The line of code hinted towards a “modern iPad” this year and going by assumption, there’s no other candidate than iPad Pro 3.