New iPad Pro 2018, Apple Might Remove the 3.5mm Jack

IPAD PRO loses audio jack

Next-generation iPad Pro (10.5-inch) (2nd generation), which has narrow frame specifications as information from suppliers and there is a possibility that the housing size may be slightly smaller, has a height of 247.5 mm, a width of 178.7 mm, a thickness of 6 mm, and the same I talk that iPad Pro (12.9-inch) (3rd generation) seems to be 280 mm in height, 215 mm in width and 6.4 mm in thickness.

Also, the diamond cutting process of the edge part is applied not only to the front but also to the back; it seems to be designed like a huge iPhone SE.


The microphone-equipped on the top of the head and the upper part of the back seems to be a stereo microphone specification with two microphones at the top of the head.

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Although it seems that 3.5mm headphone jack will disappear from the new iPad Pro 2018, Lighting – 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter does not seem to be bundled because iPad series differs from iPhone and EarPods is not included.

Because it turns into Touch ID and Face ID is installed, it is impossible to unlock the main unit sideways, or when the position of the Smart Connector (previously located on the side) has been moved to the lower rear side – close to the Lightning connector.

For this reason, the new iPad Pro 2018 Smart Keyboard may be changed to vertical position specifications.

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The next iPhone 6.1 LCD model adopts the “FULL ACTIVE” display which has a narrow four-sided frame, and the 3rd generation “Japan Pixel Eyes” touch sensor system of Japan Display. However, very high precision production is required. When mass production started in July, we are faced with a problematic situation of 1% completion rate, and the parties concerned expected that it would be shipped by November 2018 at the earliest.

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