Face ID technology may be coming to iPad Pro

Someone showed off an early iPhone X in public and we're drooling

Apple iPhone X Release Date: Six new iPhone X-exclusive features not included in iPhone 8, Plus

It's been almost a month since Apple officially launched its latest lineup of premium smartphones - the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and all-new top-of-the-line flagship iPhone X. Certain use cases really only make sense with a mobile device, especially in regards to user-generated content, but security measures for unlock and Apple Pay could offer something new to the iPad Pro line.

Apple will launch their new iPhone X with Face ID on the 3rd of November, the handset will go up for pre-order later this month on the 27th of October.

Apple iPhone X sales won't gain momentum until next year due to ongoing production issues.

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Apple's iPhone X just might be the biggest smartphone launch of 2017.

Face ID is now exclusive to the iPhone X, but a new report from noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that this may not be the case next year.

The often-reliable CGI analyst has already told investors he expects new iPads to include OLED screen technology in 2018.

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The iPhone X also supports Dolby Vision and HDR10, which together should make the phototropic images and video contents look even more stunning. He stated in a note to MacRumors that the 2018 iPad Pro will probably come with a TrueDepth camera and the FaceID feature. The device featured on the largest amount of rumors and leaks on the rumor mill. But the top notch is what you're most likely to notice if a person next to you is using an iPhone X. As ugly as it is, the notch "just works" when it comes to marketing the iPhone X. One of these, of a "super-cycle" is on the mind of a lot of analysts.

This isn't the first time we've seen pictures of the iPhone X being used in public now that the phone isn't a secret anymore.

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