Apple has released first beta of iOS 12.1 which leaks that future iPad Pros will support Landscape Face ID support. And now, apparently the beta also confirms Apple is going to announce new iPad Pro this fall, since the company already had a event this month, we would expect they’ll have something in store next month, which is the October month


9to5Mac says that when they digging into assets used by the Setup app, an app that helps you set up a new device, they claims a new identifier for a “2018 fall” iPad, which means a new version of the app will be updated soon with infos that get prepared for the new iPad Pro models next month.

iOS 12.1 hints found that both landscape Face ID and Memoji sync is coming, which again, will be exclusive to the new models. However, the 2018 fall iPad removes any doubt we had before. If would likely that Apple will held a October event, where they will also unveil the updated Mac min, MacBook Air as well.

Much of the rumors indicated that the 2018 iPad Pros will come with True-Depth camera system, which enables Face ID, Animojis, and Memoji features. Though iPhone XS this year doesn’t include the so-called USB-C connectivity, that leaves iPad Pro to fill out that spot. Other features we would expect are new A12 Bionic chip, an OLED display, etc.

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