Apple Intends To Bring Face ID To All IPhone Phones

Oct

14

2017

In 2018
Apple plans to include Face ID on all iPhone phones it plans to launch next year, a feature that first appeared with the iPhone 10, which has yet to be released, according to a new report.

The report quoted Macrumors, a specialist in Apple News, as saying that KGI analyst Ming Chi-koo, known for his subtle leaks about Apple, said the company would abandon in all the next iPhone phones the Touch Touch fingerprint system TrueDepth camera system that provides facial recognition feature Face ID.

According to Koo, the US technology giant will adopt Face ID as an authentication method to be a competitive advantage that outperforms Android phones. Ko said earlier that Android phone manufacturers may need years to produce technology that can compete TrueDepth camera and Face ID feature with the iPhone 10.

Face ID will remain a major selling point for iPhone phones in 2018, with Apple planning to take the lead in designing and producing 3D technologies, said Ku.

Ko’s prediction suggests that all upcoming iPhones will have a screen that covers the entire screen with small edges like the iPhone 10, which means no additional models will be produced to continue with the current design of the iPhone 8.

It was reported that Koo had been transferred days ago that Apple also plans to adopt facial recognition technology on the iPad tablet PCs, which plans to launch next year.

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