Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Joan Schultz

Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

Face ID may make its way to the 2018 iPad Pro

Apple claims that the Face ID will revolutionize biometric authentication on the iPhone X. Additionally, those companies may drop plans to put fingerprint sensors underneath displays, which Apple was reportedly trying to do with the iPhone X.

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?

A refreshed series of iPad Pros released next year may come with Apple's TrueDepth cameras that allow for Face ID, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

India lose to Colombia in Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup
The advantage lasted until the late stages, when India's endeavours to score finally paid off from a corner on 82 minutes. However, the joy for the hosts was shortlived immediately after as Juan Penaloza scored his second goal of the match.

The iPhone X doesn't drop for another agonizingly-long month - if you're one of the lucky few who snags a pre-order reservation early, that is - but there are some even luckier people out there who already have their hands on Apple's next-level handset.

In fact, the iPhone 8 Plus, which includes a slightly smaller 5.5-inch display, is over 10-milimiter bigger than iPhone X due to the thick bezel. Let us know your thoughts in the comments or on Facebook. Now it would appear that Apple will also add Face ID to next years iPad Pro.

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

Snapchat Context Cards offer up more information about the Snaps you see
While geo-focused snaps contain geographic information, the new Context Cards will give users so much more to look at. The new feature will pop up by swiping "More" at the bottom of snaps sent by users who agree to share their locations.

iPhone fans can easily tell when someone is using an iPhone X. So can iPhone haters.

But all this cutting-edge technology also associated with a staggering retail price point with the iPhone X the first flagship phone from the Cupertino to be retailed £at $999 for a base model.

Tyler Duncan eagles 18th to grab one-shot lead at Safeway Open
Emiliano Grillo (68) of Argentina, the victor in 2015, was tied for fifth place with Canada's Graham DeLaet (69) at 11 under par. Zach Johnson, the 12-time PGA Tour victor playing the event for the first time, had a 68 with five birdies and a bogey.

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