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Apple's new iPad 2019 can hold two beloved features

Apple's new iPad (2019) will not follow the iPad Pro when releasing two of the tablet's most popular features, telling a new report, with the iPad 7th generation as said to stay fairly close to the existing design. Apple left some tablet users frustrated with the two new iPad Pro models 2018, having released Touch ID in favor of Face ID face recognition. Even more annoying, the iPad Pro (2018) also removed with the 3.5 mm headphone jack. Instead, buyers would have to use a flash to 3.5 mm adapter if they had existing headphones that they wanted to listen to. It's a strategy we've seen Apple – and also others in the smartphone industry – following in recent years, but adopting it on the iPad Pro still came as something of a surprise. After all, the tablet has more chassis space, critics pointed out, which would probably leave more room for an old school jack. Of course, Apple would rather iPad Pro owners pick up a couple of AirPods and go completely wireless. If it could leave the new iPad (201 9) then it has been a topic of discussion. However, according to the supply chain that speaks to the Japanese rumor Macotakara, the iPad 7th generation won't go the same as the latest iPad Pro. In fact, both Touch ID and 3.5 mm headphone jacks are tilted to remain. If true, there are some potential reasons why Apple may have made that decision. On the one hand, it…

Apple’s new iPad (2019) will not follow the iPad Pro when releasing two of the tablet’s most popular features, telling a new report, with the iPad 7th generation as said to stay fairly close to the existing design. Apple left some tablet users frustrated with the two new iPad Pro models 2018, having released Touch ID in favor of Face ID face recognition.

Even more annoying, the iPad Pro (2018) also removed with the 3.5 mm headphone jack. Instead, buyers would have to use a flash to 3.5 mm adapter if they had existing headphones that they wanted to listen to.

It’s a strategy we’ve seen Apple – and also others in the smartphone industry – following in recent years, but adopting it on the iPad Pro still came as something of a surprise. After all, the tablet has more chassis space, critics pointed out, which would probably leave more room for an old school jack. Of course, Apple would rather iPad Pro owners pick up a couple of AirPods and go completely wireless.

If it could leave the new iPad (201

9) then it has been a topic of discussion. However, according to the supply chain that speaks to the Japanese rumor Macotakara, the iPad 7th generation won’t go the same as the latest iPad Pro. In fact, both Touch ID and 3.5 mm headphone jacks are tilted to remain.

If true, there are some potential reasons why Apple may have made that decision. On the one hand, it is the cost of not shifting too far away from the existing tablet’s industrial design. If Apple can reuse the same design as the iPad 6th generation, it should make the tool cheaper.

There is also probably more room for pushback from budget users, who may be more reluctant to spend money upgrading their headphones to support either Lightning or Bluetooth. Also for Apple, Touch ID sensors are cheaper than the complex TrueDepth camera set on which Face ID is based. If the iPad 7th generation is to remain as affordable as the current model – starting at $ 329 – the Cupertino company needs to balance its upgrades with relatively low cost.

Other specifications for the new iPad are uncontrolled. Various reports have suggested that Apple can either stick to a 9.7-inch screen or alternatively switch to a 10-inch touchscreen – albeit in the same form factor, with narrower features to accommodate the slightly larger panel.

At the same time, Apple could release a new version of its smaller tablet, which has been neglected for some time. The iPad mini 5 has not been confirmed yet, but Apple may choose to update it while revealing the iPad 2019, the sources suggest.

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