When it comes to display resolution, Apple hasn’t really hopped on board the whole QHD or 4K trend as far as mobile devices are concerned. This has led to criticism of the company’s products, and unfortunately if you were hoping that the 2018 iPad Pros would be getting a bump in resolution, you’ll be disappointed to learn that won’t be happening.
This is according to app analytics firm Appsee who claims to have seen evidence of the upcoming iPads in its logs that suggests that both the 10-inch and 12-inch iPad Pros will be maintaining the same resolution as its predecessor. Is this a bit of a disappointment? Usually it wouldn’t really be that case as like we said, Apple has never really been one to bump resolution unnecessarily.
However given that the 2018 iPad Pros are expected to be more than just a hardware upgrade but also sport a new edge-to-edge display, ditch the home button, support Face ID, and switch from Lightning to USB-C, we’re sure that there are some who were hoping that we could see some display upgrades as well.
Whether or not this is true remains to be seen, so it’s probably best to take it with a grain of salt for now. However if you’re more than happy with the current resolution, then we guess this shouldn’t really impact your decision to buy the tablet.