Apple looks to be paying off concern to those concerning to have cheap devices from the iPhone maker.
Previously, it was the iPhone SE, and now, it looks like an upcoming iPad which would be reasonable-cost and apparently, skip a few standard features.
Coder Steve Troughton-Smith unveiled references to four new iPads in the iOS 12.2 beta version. He shared the code references on Twitter speaking they are for Wi-Fi and cellular variants of possible iPads which would be without Face ID, indicating the purported models could be low-cost and toned down versions of the main models.
Additonally, the code also has allusions to possible the 7th-gen iPod touch without any Touch or Face ID. It isn’t fair as to when the team will officially tease or introduce these new products, however going by the tradition, Apple might offer us a peek in the first few months of this year.