Alvaro Pabesio, the designer behind the macOS 11 concept, published today a new concept for the iPad Pro. Here’s how this amazing concept looks like in action.
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Device becomes display
Alvaro’s iPad Pro takes full advantage of the 11.9-inch display and turns the entire device into the display.
The display boasts of a 120Hz refresh rate, TrueTone, minimum reflection, and more room than ever before.
By removing the borders, the display size increases without increasing the form factor.
Seamless performance with the A12 Bionic chip
Alvaro’s concept iPad Pro takes performance up a level with the new A12 Bionic chip.
It delivers 45% faster CPU speed, 50% faster graphics performance, and a solid 12-hour battery life.
New Multitasking and Widgets screen
Alvaro also presents a lot of improvements to the iOS operating system. iOS 12 is smarter and better than ever with intuitive multitasking and a bigger widgets screen.
The new Multitasking concept maintains “continuity” with iPhone apps and lets you continue where you left off on your iPad.
The widget screen takes up the entire width of the screen as opposed to the current design that confines widgets to just the center.
This helps the user stay on top of reminders, weather, alarms, etc without needing to scroll all the way down to get to the desired widget.
Alvaro reimagines the iPad camera with a wide-angle and telephoto lens for the most amazing pictures.
Face ID now has a better range and can identify faces from afar. It supports horizontal facial recognition and is able to recognize up to 4 faces.
A lot of designers present innovative concepts for upcoming Apple products. However, these concepts don’t seem to have much in common with the real products.
Alvaro’s concepts, on the other hand, are a class apart and, above all, very realistic. These concepts are something that Apple could – and should – consider for future designs.
Hopefully, we will see something similar when Apple presents the new iPad Pro this fall.
What do you think: Should Apple go for an iPhone X-esque iPad or stick with the tried-and-true iPad design? Drop your thoughts and opinions below.
[Source – Behance]