The Apple iOS 12 beta code reveals that the next iPad may have thinner bezels

It is expected that the next Apple tablet will present ultra-thin bezels and no start button, to make way for its facial recognition technology, called Face ID code, in iOS 12 beta 5 reveals

It may not be long before you can unlock an iPad with your face.

The next Apple tablet is expected to feature ultrathin bevels and no start button, to make way for its facial recognition technology, called Face ID, according to 9to5Mac.

The site detected an icon that looked noticeably different from previous designs in Apple's iOS 12 apposition code.

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It is expected that the next Apple tablet will present ultra-thin bezels and no start button, to make way for its facial recognition technology, called Face ID code, in iOS 12 beta 5 reveals

It is expected that the next Apple tablet will present ultra-thin bezels and no start button, to make way for its facial recognition technology, called Face ID code, in iOS 12 beta 5 reveals

Indicates that the iPad may be in a significant revision.

A small blue icon shows an iPad with thin bevels and a row of icons on the bottom of the device

That differs from the current icon, which shows a front camera at the top, plus a start button at the bottom.

In addition, the new iPad icon seems to show the absence of a notch design.

Apple presented the notch on the iPhone X at its September event last year.

The notch contains vital sensors and cameras that feed Face ID, but received criticism from users who felt it was clogging the edge-to-edge display of the iPhone X.

Analysts have been predicting that Apple will present facial recognition technology on the next iPad. Among the rumors, it is also expected to launch new models of 13 and 11 inches

Analysts have been predicting that Apple will present facial recognition technology on the next iPad. Among the rumors, it is also expected to launch new models of 13 and 11 inches

Analysts have been predicting that Apple will present facial recognition technology on the next iPad. Among the rumors, it is also expected to launch new models of 13 and 11 inches

It is possible for Apple to make the bevels wide enough to fit in the TrueDepth camera that allows facial recognition.

In the past, the leaks of iOS have served as an accurate predictor of the Apple versions.

A HomePod firmware update in 2017 revealed the front design of the iPhone X, so it's plausible that the iPad icon serves as a solid indicator of what's to come.

In addition, analysts have been predicting over the past few months that Apple will present a screen without bezel and Face ID on the next iPad.

They also predicted that Apple could choose to get rid of the headphone jack on the next iPad Pro.

A recent report from the Japanese technology site Macotakara suggested that Apple will make its new line of iPads thinner, which would require removing the headphone jack.

The new iPad icon seems to show the absence of a notch design. The notch houses vital sensors and cameras that work with Face ID, but received criticism from users who felt it was clogging the Edge-to-Edge screen of the iPhone X.

The new iPad icon seems to show the absence of a notch design. The notch houses vital sensors and cameras that work with Face ID, but received criticism from users who felt it was clogging the Edge-to-Edge screen of the iPhone X.

The new iPad icon seems to show the absence of a notch design. The notch houses vital sensors and cameras that work with Face ID, but received criticism from users who felt it was clogging the Edge-to-Edge screen of the iPhone X.

This means that users could not plug their headphones into the standard 3.5 mm connector. Instead, they would have to buy an adapter that can fit into a lightning cable port.

In addition, the old Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted last month that Apple will launch new iPads, AirPods, Macs and MacBooks, along with its rumored line of three iPhones devices, this fall.

He looks forward to the new iPad Pro models that feature an edge-to-edge screen and Apple's face recognition technology, FaceID.

The start button will be removed to make way for a truly bezelless screen, just like the iPhone X.

Kuo believes that Apple will release two new iPads: an 11-inch model and a 12.9-inch model.

HOW DOES iPHONE X FACIAL RECOGNITION WORK?

Face ID uses a 7MP front camera on the iPhone X that has multiple components.

One of these components is a Point Projector that projects more than 30,000 invisible points on its face to map its structure.

The point map is read by an infrared camera and the structure of its face is transmitted to the Bionic A11 chip on the iPhone X, where it becomes a mathematical model.

The A11 chip then compares its facial structure with the facial scan stored on the iPhone X during the configuration process.

Face ID uses a 7MP front camera on the iPhone X that has multiple components

Face ID uses a 7MP front camera on the iPhone X that has multiple components

Face ID uses a 7MP front camera on the iPhone X that has multiple components

Face ID uses infrared to scan your face, so it works in low light conditions and in the dark.

It will only unlock your device when you look in the direction of the iPhone X with your eyes open.

In October 2017, Apple's Vice President of Public Policy for the Americas, Cynthia Hogan, explained how they make the product accessible to people of different ethnicities.

"We work with participants from around the world to include a representative group of people who represent gender, age, ethnicity and other factors," he said.

"We increased the studies as necessary to provide a high degree of accuracy for a wide range of users," he said.

The developers also trained the neural network to detect and resist people trying to unlock the phone with photos or masks.

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