With The current iPad, I prefer the bezels as they do help with inadvertent touching on the display and holding. Even having reduced bezels is aesthetically pleasing on the 10.5 iPad, but I still appreciate the bezels purposes.No because having no bezels makes it hard to hold. Unless they manage super good detection of fingers on the edges then you need some bezel when holding the device with one hand.
That is a common assumption, but Kuo wrote 2018 or later.But back in 2016/2015 Ming Chi Kuo had predicted that in 2018 Apple will release a radically changed iPad with OLED display in 2018.
Ming-Chi Kuo said:Revolutionary iPad model likely to be introduced in 2018F at the earliest, with radical changes in form factor design & user behavior on adoption of flexible AMOLED panel. We believe iPad will follow in the footsteps of the iPhone by adopting AMOLED panel in 2018F at the earliest.
Oh God.....this is so gorgeous. This is why I'm holding onto my 9.7 Pro. I can't wait to get one in 512MB's and matte black.
Really? I think it looks awesome.Well some day maybe. We will end up with something akin to a newspaper but it’s actually a foldable, rollable iPad.
The design on the picture up top doesn’t speak to me. Looks weird with the notch on the iPad.
Remember that this is an Apple forum. Design usually takes on more importance than usuability. As long as it's the hot new thing I doubt many people will care if it's easy to hold. I've come to the conclusion that Apple's obsession with reduction isn't the most consumer friendly solution (2016 rMBP and iPhone 7). The only new Apple product I bought in the last 2 years was the 10.5 Pro. Everything else just seemed frivolous and not worth upgrading, especially when you lose features. The iPad has remained exactly the same, with only minor changes that actually enchance your experience rather than hindering it (dongles anyone?). I'll be an iPad customer for life as long as they don't mess it up.I like bezels because you need a place to hold the tablet. They serve a purpose. The iPhone is held differently so bezels in that instance don't serve the same purpose.