A new retina display structure will be buit in the next new iPad Air

Discussion in 'iPad' started by hytparts, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. hytparts macrumors newbie

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    About the next new iPad and iPhone, there are a ton of guesses.

    And Apple company keep silent as the same as they do before.

    Hurry up and come to guess the next generation iPad Air.

    There is a saying from Apple factory. It will be released this year

    with 12.9-inch display, and named "iPad Pro". It will be built with

    A8 processor and Touch ID fingerprint sensor. In addition,

    according to the patents which the US Patent and Trademark

    Office released 46 newly granted patents to the company last

    April 8, Apple has been working on new slide-to-unlock and push-

    to-talk technologies. These features may come soon to devices

    like the next generation iPhone and iPad Air(Guess they will be

    named iPhone 6 and iPad Pro).So it may bring more new and high

    -tech Apps for users.

    But I think if these all are true, there is one tip is fake. It is the

    name "iPad Pro" must be the fake. Apple company will give us a

    surprise without all people's expectations, as long as she would

    like, such as the "iPad Air". And the iPad Air 2 will be more impossibilities.

    And It is said that these two pictures are the new iPad Air screen

    digitizer display.
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    We can see it looks similar like iPad Air, there is

    the only difference on digitizer structure. So it may be the next

    generation iPad Air.

    Do you think it is the screen digitizer touch display for the new iPad Air 2?
     
  2. macs4nw macrumors 601

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    According to 'credible' sources, the 12.9" iPad Pro you're referring to, is not likely to happen anytime soon.
     
  3. Dave245 macrumors 601

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    Personally I think the next iPad will be just a spec bump with the possibility of Touch ID. I think Apple are focusing their attention on the iPhone 6. That being said I'm waiting until the next iPad is released so I can upgrade from my iPad 3.
     
  4. yinz macrumors 6502a

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  5. theapplefanboyj macrumors 6502a

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    Personally, I wouldn't want a fingerprint scanner on my iPad. This is because the iPad is a bit big and if you had the air you would be holding it in an awkward position to use the fingerprint scanner... I personally think there is no point.
     
  6. Mechayoshi macrumors regular

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    As some one that likes trying out new apps and hates passwords I would jump on a touch id iPad in a second. I'm looking forward to this....
     
  7. carjakester macrumors 68020

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    Agreed, i dont even use my home or lock button, i also dont have a passcode so i can just use my smart cover to unlock.
     
  8. Night Spring macrumors G5

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    The beauty of Apple's fingerprint scanner is that you don't have to hold it in any one position. You just have to hold your thumb or finger over the home button at any angle, it works even if you hold it upside down. So if you don't find it awkward to push the iPad home button, then you wouldn't find it awkward to use the fingerprint scanner.

    The Smart Cover, now, that I agree is an obstacle to using an iPad with fingerprint scanner -- if people use Smart Cover unlock, they wouldn't use fingerprint scan, and vice versa.
     
  9. theapplefanboyj macrumors 6502a

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    Yeah but the iPad is so big.
     
  10. Night Spring macrumors G5

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    Well, I personally have never had any problems pushing the iPad home button -- I use it all the time to get out of apps. I know there is a multi-finger gesture for that, but I find it quicker to use the home button.
     
  11. Truefan31 macrumors 68040

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