This is our first look at Apple's completely redesigned iPad Pro models

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Recently released high-definition renders made by an Apple enthusiast site have revealed what seems to be an impressively redesigned iPad Pro, believed to be announced later this month.

"A very small percentage of iPhone 8 devices contain logic boards with a manufacturing defect", according to Apple.

This revelation comes courtesy of a serial leakster who often gets sent Computer-aided Design (CAD) schematics, allegedly from factory sources, and provides them to graphic designers to flesh out renders of upcoming devices that are a step above, say, someone's concept images based exclusively on rumors.

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Apple is going all out with design upgrades this year, ditching its signature home button once and for all on all of its iOS devices, it seems.

While we saw leaks of Apple's "iPhone XS" and also the Apple Watch Series 4, we haven't seen much about the company's iPad Pro models, which are said to also be refreshed at next week's Apple special event. The iPhone X (s) and iPhone X (s) Plus, two of the three iPhones that Apple will launch will refine the iPhone X's design. A 10.5-inch iPad Pro variant is also speculated to debut at the forthcoming Apple event. Within the top bezel is the Face ID-enabling TrueDepth camera setup; the bezels are still thick enough so no notch is required. Some sources argue that a 12.9 inch will also appear but it remains to be seen if it fact or fiction.

When it comes to inside tech, iPads sport a modified version of the processor featured on the previous iPhone incarnation.

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