2018 Will Bring TrueDepth Camera Features For Face ID On Apple’s iPad Pro

Report states that Apple will include the TrueDepth Camera for Face ID features on the 2018 iPad Pro.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently met with investors and informed them he believes Apple will include the TrueDepth Camera feature for Face ID on the 2018 iPad Pro. Kuo continued by saying the technology that is used in the upcoming iPhone X will be a standard feature in the future iPhones.

Kuo also mentioned that TrueDepth Camera will be limited to Apple’s main flagship iPad Pro only, and he also expects Android smartphone makers to now begin the process of including facial recognition technology, and gradually put aside screen fingerprint recognition technology, which he believes will take Android makers up to 2.5 years to catch-up with Apple’s TrueDepth Camera technology.

At this point, it is not clear the exact date when Apple will introduce the new 2018 iPad Pro model with TrueDepth Camera, but the iPhone X will debut with TrueDepth Camera for Face ID, which is set to be released to the public on November 3rd.

Source: macrumors