Next Generation iPhones to Feature 'Refreshed' Face ID System, 3D Camera Sensors [Report]

Next Generation iPhones to Feature 'Refreshed' Face ID System, 3D Camera Sensors [Report]

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Apple's next generation iPhones will feature a 'refreshed' Face ID system and new 3D camera sensors, according to Barclays’ semiconductor analysts.

In a note to investors obtained by CNBC, Barclays' said that Face ID would be 'refreshed' but didn't offer any more details on what to expect. The current generation iPhones gained improvements to Face ID that made facial recognition up to 30% faster and supported more angles.

The analysts also predicted new time of flight sensors for the rear camera:

Barclays also said the high-end “Pro” models of Apple’s 2020 iPhones, which will succeed the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, will have new time of flight (ToF) 3D depth camera sensors. These can help iPhones create 3D maps of rooms and may also help Apple improve its augmented reality (AR) applications.

Apple is expected to unveil four new devices this year with up to 6GB of RAM.

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Next Generation iPhones to Feature 'Refreshed' Face ID System, 3D Camera Sensors [Report]

PaulieP - January 16, 2020 at 9:04pm
Apple still has the best Face ID recognition technology. Even Google‘s latest phone can be unlocked with your eyes closed. Congrats on Apple for developing an amazing technology and improving upon it each year.
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krishnakant26 - January 16, 2020 at 5:34pm
They need to be bring horizontal Face ID like iPad Pro to iPhone. Every time we need to unlock iPhone or use Face ID phone need to be turned in portrait mode.
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