The 2018 iPad Pro will be equipped with TrueDepth cameras to support FaceID

The new iPad Pro, released in 2018, will feature an TrueDepth camera system and support facial ID facial recognition features. Guo Mingchi believes that Apple will increase the TrueDepth camera system in iPad Pro, and let iPad Pro experience consistent with iPhone X, while increasing the competitiveness of products. As all high-end iOS devices support the TrueDepth camera system, the development of the entire ecosystem will benefit.


The new iPad Pro, released in 2018, will feature an TrueDepth camera system and support facial ID facial recognition features. Guo Mingchi believes that Apple will increase the TrueDepth camera system in iPad Pro, and let iPad Pro experience consistent with iPhone X, while increasing the competitiveness of products. As all high-end iOS devices support the TrueDepth camera system, the development of the entire ecosystem will benefit.
The TrueDepth camera system will be limited to iPad Pro, which is Apple's flagship tablet device. In addition, Guo Mingchi also predicted that all 2018 of the iPhone will support iPhone X's new camera technology. In the future, more developers will be interested in TrueDepth cameras, as well as facial recognition. At the same time, the Android camp will quickly follow up, allocate more resources and develop facial recognition related hardware and software.

earlier, Guo Mingchi had predicted that the face of ID and TrueDepth camera technology leader Android 2.5 years. Apple's first device to support the face of ID, iPhone X will be officially released on November 3rd. IPad Pro last updated in June 2017, Apple launched a new 10.5 inch version of the border is narrower, more performance. It's not clear when the 2018 new iPad Pro will be released, but it's likely to be in the first half.
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