A lot has been arriving these days which closely hints us what to expect about the upcoming iPhone 8 device. Now, the rumor mill seems to overbrim with yet another leak of Apple’s next-generation iPhone. Leaks are evidently something to go by. With the recently offered news, a faster 3D recognition feature is expected to roll out with the much-awaited iPhone 8.
As per the recent reports, the device is going to feature two iris sensors housed on the u-shaped top bezel. Also, one may find it exciting to note that both the sensors will work identically as the 3D face recognition feature. Hence, we expect a faster 3D Face recognition feature this time.
It seems that the rumor mill is hyped-up with the speculation of the feature to be called Face ID. In our earlier reports, we have informed about the Cupertino tech giant to bring face detection feature with iPhone 8. The plausible reports bring us the information that the sensors in iPhone 8 will work as 3D face recognition tool. On a further note, the report also states, “3-D sensors are said to be adopted for the front and rear of the device to realize AR applications, which integrate 3-D virtual images with user’s environment in real time.”
Apple was previously struggling to add the TouchID feature under the display of iPhone 8. But later on, as reported by reputed sources, iPhone ditched the TouchID feature, thereby bringing the 3D face recognition feature instead.
The Korean Heral was informed by a source familiar with this particular matter, “Apple is highly unlikely to follow the same design of its rival’s. Instead of the curved edge display, it will have a flat screen with bezel-less on the top and bottom alongside the two sides.” The device may roll out in September and go on sale from the month of October or November, as reported by the famous iPhone analyst Ming-chi Kuo.