H-1, 04 Aug 2018The problem isn't registering false touches. A good reading experience sometimes involves your... moreWhen reading I understand though with a device as big as the iPad just move your finger when it gets to it.
For watching I don't even know how you would hold the iPad in a way with the finger on screen I always held my tablets from the side when watching,or with the palm on the corners , or bfrom the back ,becase just seeing my finger would be annoying. So this wouldnt be any different. I have an experience tablet with huge bezel still won't touch the bezel while watching.
"Potentially, without even bundling a Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter in the box"
A what-to-3.5mm adapter ? I can live with no native jack (although on a tablet it's a bit ridiculous), but it's high time apple moved to USB-C. After the disappointing price of the Galaxy tab S4 I thought I might as well shell out even more and get an ipad pro, but I really don't want to have a device without USB-C.
AnonD-594740, 04 Aug 2018iPads already have a good palm rejection software.The problem isn't registering false touches. A good reading experience sometimes involves your fingers on the side of the screen not on it.
I know it's more like nit picking but I sure would like to have my screen finger free when I'm reading/watching videos, so a tab with a good grip outside the screen is a must.
No jack or even adapter, is lossy so great? Wait, its cool. And you must buy...
But I await that no bezel tablet, something nobody is capable of introducing, but apple.
Of course there will be no notch, the "thin" bezels on a tablet are probably as wide as the iPhone X notch and easily have the required width to accommodate any needed optical hardware. You don't put a notch there just for the sake of it.
Predictive memorys, 04 Aug 2018It need a flip-case or finger ring or grip strap. Yep, most likely
So, from where are you suppose to grip your ipad if there are no bezels?
Ipads are heavy, bezels are necessary
If happens to be true, the notch will be implemented only on the larger 12.9" iPad Pro. Proof for this is the extreme cut in it's dimensions compared to the previous version, while the 10.5" variant must be more like 6.1" iPhone with thicker bezels (so Face ID can be implemented without notch). Remember, a notch is a cutout on the screen to implement all necessary sensors: proximity, front facing camera, facial recognition system, etc, because of thin bezels.
Dimensions are wrong then. You can't make bezels thinner yet the device gets bigger (the 10.5 variant).
Either that , or they pack even bigger screens (11 and 13.5?)
Thin bezel but no no notch , that tiny top bezel is enough to put the FACEiD on it. It's going to be a most beautiful iPad of all time
Walter C. Dornez, 04 Aug 2018I mean, I get the notch, but losing the 3.5 mm? That kinda sucks I hope I can adapt this freaking removal trend though.
It still annoys me this stupid move from Apple.