2018 iPad Pro May Get iPhone X's Coolest Feature

The Face ID is quite an advanced technology as Apple has explained to us and is probably the best facial recognition out there but are you ready to move over to the new authentication method?

Ongoing production issues with the iPhone X will likely leave most consumers without Apple's next-gen iPhone until 2018, according to a new research note penned by Ming-Chi Kuo.

And, you're one of the many Apple fans or just a loyal iPhone user holding out for an iPhone X, here are the seven things you won't find on neither the iPhone 8 nor 8 Plus. Rather than being an all-screen device that has only generic features, the iPhone X has the camera sensor at the top that breaks the display line at the top of the phone.

Want to try Apple's new face unlock feature but don't want to buy an iPhone? It is not yet clear whether or not the home button will be eliminated on the tablet - as it will be on the iPhone X when it makes its debut next month - to allow for an edge-to-edge display. Let us know your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook. Kuo says that Apple will integrate TrueDepth camera on 2018 iPad models for Face ID recognition.

Considering Touch ID arrived first on an iPhone 5s before it's gradual roll out to further iOS devices.

Both the upcoming iPad Pro and iPhone series will get its hands on a fancy new TrueDepth camera to enable Face ID. But once the iPhone X manufacturing issues are resolved, the phone's sales will likely to pick up in the first half of 2018.

The Face ID is more secure than that of the Samsung's Iris Scanner on the Note 8. Analysts have been claiming that a lot of people will upgrade to the iPhone X and it has been referred as a super cycle.

  • Kara Saunders