Apple has published updated design guidelines for the new 2018 iPad Pro models, providing app developers with tips on how to best optimize their apps for the new display, as well as tips on leveraging the features of the second-generation Apple Pencil. Apple notes that apps will run in Full Screen Display mode on the new iPad Pro as long as their base SDK is set to iOS 12.1 or later and they include a Launch Storyboard or iPad Pro launch image. Apple’s new page also provides suggestions on using Face ID, the A12X Bionic chip capabilities for machine learning and augmented reality, and provides two videos, Bringing Your Apps to the New iPad Pro and Designing for the New iPad Pro and Apple Pencil to help developers get started.
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