Check out these 2018 iPad Pro 12.9 renders

James Marshall
September 5, 2018

Apple is expected to equip both iPhone XS models with a new A12 Apple designed processor for performance enhancements and battery efficiency.

Apple is expected to launch three iPhones at a dedicated event in U.S. on 12th of September.

People who spent more than £600 on a new iPhone 8 have been told that a problem in Apple's production line has left the logic boards of some devices prone to failure.

The renders are an improved version of CAD schematics that were previously released, showing a daring iPad with a fresh new look. According to their information Face ID will however not work in Landscape mode, but fortunately will not require a notch in the screen. The new iPhones are expected to have refreshed internals and new colors offered.

As you can see in the video, the thin bezels are definitely there, but what's interesting is, based on the leaked schematics, the new iPad Pros will feature flat edges, much like the iPhone 4 had.

There's also no sign of potential accessories to go with the iPad Pro, but we can expect an updated keyboard accessory. One of the main differences is that there is no home button. In the middle of that same side is what appears to be another button, no one has an idea what that might be.

That, they suggest, means Apple will either need to lower prices for large-screen phones-hurting ASPs-or risk losing customers to companies that do. On the chipset front, rumors indicate the chip might be called the A12X and use TSMC's 7nm FinFET tech.

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