Apple plans to release the next-generation iPad by the end of this year, analyst Mark Gurman says. In his analytical report, he says the next tablet model is likely to run on an Apple design graphics chip and will probably have built-in artificial intelligence.

“Steve Jobs long believed Apple should own the technologies inside its products rather than rely on mashups of components from other chip makers, including Samsung, Intel and Imagination Technologies. In 2008, the company made a small but significant step in that direction by acquiring boutique chip maker P.A. Semi. Two years later, Jobs unveiled the iPad.” Says Mark Gurman.

About the new iPad models we spoke back in October 2017, when from Chinese came the rumor that the tablet will feature facial recognition technology Face ID, which first debuted in the new iPhone X. If the tablet gets the True Depth camera for Face ID, it will probably also support a portrait feature for the peoples, as well as animoji.

Finally, the new iPad should have even thinner bezels and a more attractive look. All of these are still early reports, but with the year’s end we are expected to learn more about the next-generation tablets of the company. Source: Bloomberg

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