With iPhone 8 around the corner and Apple promising to revolutionize the iPhone concept and design, some people even dare to think even further away into the future: iPhone 9. The Company’s products and services include iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple TV, a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications, the iOS and OS X operating systems, iCloud, and a variety of accessory, service and support offerings.
Apple didn’t change how 3D Touch behaves with the iPhone 7-series devices, and the generally active rumor mill doesn’t seem to point to any big changes to 3D Touch functionality in this year’s iPhone models, either.
With the release of iOS 11 beta 6 last week, we’ve yet to cover the new feature that allows users to quickly disable Touch ID from the lock screen.
And to strengthen our beliefs, a new report from the Korean Herald claims that the facial recognition technology, to be used in the upcoming iPhone, would scan and recognise the user’s face in “millionths of a second”.
Rosenblatt Securities is the latest firm to speculate that Apple will ditch the fingerprint reader in the iPhone 8. My favorite leak that I still can’t believe happened is the HomePod firmware leak that revealed a number of previously unannounced iPhone 8 features.
Those predictions were relatively straightforward to make since they were largely based on knowledge of publicly announced technologies from known Apple suppliers, as well as an announcement from a longtime Apple supplier about its technologies not being included in future Apple chips.
With hopes for an under-glass Touch ID solution all but extinguished, everyone’s attention has shifted to the new Face ID tech Apple might be using instead.
Apparently, Apple devices powered by passcodes only allow thrice or so attempts to enter the magic numbers. That just doesn’t look like Apple at all.
Leaked pictures appear to show evidence that wireless charging components are being installed in the top secret gadgets. If Apple will manage to release three phones in 2017 (iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8). 10GB data plans on the iPhone 7 Plus were around the £55 per month.
He tweeted: ‘There’s also a lot of new references to facial expression detection, ‘ along with the section of the code he was referring to. The firm now has a $150.00 price target on the iPhone maker’s stock.
For the 10th anniversary iPhone (the original having launched in 2007), Apple is likely pulling out all the stops. We can see why there could be some serious problems since there are so many conspiracy theorists out and about nowadays.