iPad Pro, which will appear in 2018, may receive a new biometric security known from the iPhone X. Does this mean that even tablets will lose the fingerprint reader?

TrueDepth is a new 3D camera that has appeared on the iPhone X. If you believe the rumors then their production brings until now a good problem . This technology, however, is expected to outperform the competition by 2.5 years and will board the iPhone X, which will appear in pre-sales at the end of this month. The cameras will be responsible for scanning the user's 3D face so that they will be authorized to access the device. Unfortunately, the smartphone has no Touch ID. Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst with KGI Securities, is back with speculation about the future of Apple products. He claims that the Face ID will go to all of Cupertino's next-generation devices in the market. This means that even iPad Pro should get a 3D face scan. https://www.tabletmaniak.pl/234398/ipad-iphone-8-design-wyglad/ For now it is clear that these are only speculations of one analyst. This year he had a really good run and predictably made Apple's start. Either way, it does not say whether the Face ID also means getting rid of the Touch ID on tablets with a jammed apple logo. His guesses are worth noting, for it is a very likely future. Similarly, iPad Pro could look like the iPhone X next year. Source: MacRumors