We predict iOS devices to be equipped with TrueDepth Camera in 2018F will include iPhone X and 2018 new iPhone and iPad models.
Ongoing production issues with the iPhone X will likely leave most consumers without Apple's next-gen iPhone until 2018, according to a new research note.
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The world will get its first taste of Apple's Face ID tech when the iPhone X is released on November 3.
Face ID uses a cutting-edge and first of its kind TrueDepth Camera System made up of a u dot projector (50,000 dots), 3D infrared camera and flood illuminator, and is powered a neural engine embedded inside the by A11 Bionic system-on-chip processor to accurately map your unique facial feature to recognize your face. Rather than being an all-screen device that has only generic features, the iPhone X has the camera sensor at the top that breaks the display line at the top of the phone.
The Face ID is more secure than that of the Samsung's Iris Scanner on the Note 8. One of these, of a "super-cycle" is on the mind of a lot of analysts.
Such a move would enable Apple to remove the physical home button from the iPad Pro as it recently did with the iPhone X. While the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 were the most popular phones for the first half of 2015, 2016 and 2017 respectively, market share for each phone declined from 10% to 7% and then 5% this year.