To update: Apple has replaced the Logic Pro X image with an older version. The original story follows.
An apparently unpublished version of Logic Pro X has been released on the Apple training site discovered by a Reddit user.
The image on the Apple Education Products page shows a 16-inch MacBook Pro with Logic Pro X, but with a familiar interface that looks very similar to GarageBand’s Live Loops sessions on iOS. Since Logic Pro X does not currently include this feature, an update with GarageBand-style live loop sessions may be planned.
Currently, the only way to use Live Loops in Logic Pro X, albeit with significantly fewer features, is to share a GarageBand Live Loops project with iOS. LiveBoops were added to GarageBand for iOS in January 2016 as a new feature to create music by tapping cells and columns in a grid to trigger various looped instruments and samples. Live Loops includes a library of Apple-designed loop templates in various genres, including EDM, Hip Hop, Dubstep, and Rock, or you can create your own. Since then, Apple has introduced downloadable sound packs to expand the Live Loops sound library.
Logic Pro X was last updated three months ago with version 10.4.8, which included minor bug fixes. Apple tends to update Logic Pro X about every three months, making the likelihood of an upcoming update even more credible.
Earlier this week, Apple is offering free 90-day trial versions of Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X.