Just don't do sth stupid as "removing the bezels", bezels are needed in a tablet, since without bezels there is no way you can actually hold a tablet. Also, I don't like the idea of removing the Home button, although I almost never use it, it really comes in handy sometimes.
random access ONE, 29 Nov 2016can i know somthing? which nexus had nearly bezeless display ? i think you are talking about p... moreNone Google has no design taste when making (or ordering) hardware. Their love for bezels is as bad as Apple's up until lately
Anonymous, 29 Nov 2016Its will be like Nexus Tabletcan i know somthing? which nexus had nearly bezeless display ? i think you are talking about pixel? LOL
zamroni, 28 Nov 2016Finally, samsung wil remove their ugly home button too.Well, I agree with this
well.... I don't think there won't be any home button at all... I think it'll be like iPh7. there IS a home button but it's not clickable.
This Sounds more reliable than the previous rumors. A completely new iPad with bigger screen to replace the current one at same size (maybe higher price tag) to test this bezel less design and prepare the market. Then the bigger one with upgraded specs and an overhauled iPad mini with all the things from the other iPad Pros (Apple Pencil and Keyboard support, stereo speakers, ...) as entry level iPad. And the new 10.9 inch as 9.7 in successor
bezelfree phones is one thing, but a a tablet will be unwieldy
the gesture that already build in on ios for ipad already enough to void using home button (easily broken) , and can used assistive touch on screen for shortcut button .. and it quite easy and more faster than using home button .. but apple must improve the gesture sensitive
soo its not a big problem if apple get rid home button for ipad ... and of course people have practice to get used to it ...
b, 29 Nov 2016People say its "innovation", I say its Inconvenience.mostly , the hater call it innovation ...
My next tablet.
I mean I hate iOS but android makers gave up on tablets and they are woefully behind times (all of them).
And since there is no better way to conduct research than a tablet (read academic papers, on the go or otherwise) this iPad is the only choice really.
I'd really wish that Android makers would also be manufacturing niche items (as tablets clearly are), but alas they're not, instead we get cookie cutter phones (as if the 10th slight variation of the same phone was not enough).