Known among lovers of gadgets from Apple for producing beautiful concepts and illustrations of possible services and products from Ma, the graphic designer lvaro Pabesio released another production; this time, his bet revolves around rumors about the new iPad, which he can count on Face ID and a screen that resembles that of iPhone X.
The designer illustrated what the iPad Pro would look like with an 11.9 ? screen. In reality, the external measurements of the device would be similar to the 10.5 ? iPad Pro, however, Pabesio was inspired by the iPhone X display to expand, by almost 15%, the device's screen taking up almost the entire front.
He, of course, envisioned the iPad Pro with a TrueDepth front camera, capable of unlocking the device through Face ID. But it didn?t stop there. In addition to authenticating, the TrueDepth camera that would equip the iPad Pro would be second generation, capable of detecting up to four different faces, recognition with the device horizontally and with many improvements in the distance required for authentication.
At the rear, a dual camera system similar to that of iPhones 8/8 Plus, horizontally at 12 megapixels would allow the iPad Pro to take pictures with Portrait Mode (Portrait Mode) for the first time and take pictures or record videos with 2x optical zoom as is the case with iPhones 7 Plus, 8 Plus and X.
Regarding iOS, the designer took advantage of the increase in the display to think about how the mobile system could use the extra space productively. The result would be an expanded version of iOS 12, in which Pabesio highlighted the widgets and rethought multitasking on the iPad.
Through the Continuity feature, it would be possible to open iPhone apps on the iPad itself without much complication or taking up a lot of space. To close open apps on the tablet, just slide down from the top of the app window and it would be sent to the device's dock.
Check out the complete concept below:
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