Apple’s big September event came and went with no trace of new, highly-anticipated iPads.
But the wait probably won’t be very long. 9to5Mac reports that a “2018 Fall iPad” has been referenced in iOS 12.1 code, which was released Tuesday.
There are no details as to what this new iPad might be like. But fall likely means October (November is also a possibility, but Apple historically held two iPad events in October and none in November), so at least we sort-of know when it’s coming.
As for what’s coming, nothing’s official yet, but there have been plenty of rumors describing a new iPad Pro with Face ID and no home button (check out the renders below).
According to Bloomberg, Apple is likely to launch at least two new iPad Pro devices, one with an 11-inch screen and one with a larger, 12.9-inch screen. And dependable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently said the new iPads will have a USB-C instead of Lightning connectors.
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