Killer iPhone 8 Feature Just Got Axed

Killer iPhone 8 Feature Just Got Axed

Killer iPhone 8 Feature Just Got Axed

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is taking things one step further today by published ten bold predictions about the iPhone and its sister devices.

The improved security system could also be improved by eye scanning if ongoing tests prove successful, the report says.

Kuo didn't comment on whether or not he thinks the Touch ID sensor will be relocated to the rear of the device or abandoned totally.

In testing, the face unlock feature takes in more data points than a fingerprint scan, making it more secure than the Touch ID system, the person said.

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A demo from Faceshift, a facial recognition company that Apple bought.Intel UK/YouTubeApple is working on a feature that would allow iPhones users to unlock their phones by just looking at them, Bloomberg reported on Monday. Samsung has reportedly run into the same issue, as it was unable to fit an integrated scanner in time for release, and introduced the Galaxy S8 with the sensor on the back as a result.

Kuo is one of the best Apple analysts in the business. Apple's technology is advanced enough that it is fast and can work if the phone is lying flat on a table, according to the Bloomberg report. The new phone will have glass on both the front and back that curves at the edges. So, "the new OLED iPhone won't support under-display fingerprint recognition". Apple has faced challenges integrating the Touch ID fingerprint scanner into this new screen, people familiar with Apple's work have said.

The report cites a new dedicated chip internally referred to as the Apple Neural Engine which will help drive the ProMotion display as well as artificial intelligence tasks.

Meanwhile, backing up earlier rumors, Kuo predicted that Apple is planning to roll out three new iPhones this fall: the 5.8-inch OLED version with an "all-new design" plus two LCD models measuring 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches. The latter option seems unlikely given how widely used Touch ID is.

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