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Apple's facial recognition tech could be coming to iPads next

Apple's face-scanning tech could be coming to a new product in the near future. The company will add its TrueDepth camera, which enables the iPhone X's Face ID and talking emoji tech, to next year's iPad Pro, according to an industry insider. SEE ALSO: This app lets you add an iPhone X 'notch' to any Android phone The prediction comes from KGI analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, who has successfully called many of Apple's product moves in the past.
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