New iPads could add Face ID and lose the Home button

What's interesting about fan-made renders is that they provide you with an insight into the products consumers want to see, and it's evident that Geskin doesn't want the iPad to feature an iPhone X-esque notch, because he's left it out of his set.

The bad news, however, is that said high-end iPad is "unlikely to include an OLED screen", which will come as a disappointment to everyone that's been raving about the OLED panel that Apple put in the iPhone X. This may allow Apple to fit a much larger screen in the same chassis as the iPad Pro 10.5. This also means that the iPad may be slimmer because it likely won't have a home button.

7nm processor: According to MacRumors, Apple is working on creating a 7nm processor with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC).

Current iPads still use a physical, clicking home button - and that feels a touch out of date after last year's iPhone 7 switched to a non-moving button that simulates presses with vibration. The same thing happened to the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus this year.

While the new iPad could get facial recognition, Bloomberg reports it probably won't have OLED, organic light-emitting diode, like the iPhone X.

Apple deals with some financial and technical constraints that will force the company to continue to use the same display technology as before.

Other details about the next-generation iPad remain a mystery.

In summary, it says that the software may recognize a younger sibling or an elder sibling because apart from the face, the algorithm also tries to recognize the face when it undergoes changes like aging, facial hair cutting, haircuts, and usage accessories.

Dual cameras: Apple is expected to finally endow the iPad with dual cameras - a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens for taking better photos. Rumor has it that Apple will launch it later, in 2018.