Apple has been working on iPhone facial recognition for a decade
Each new iPhone debuts at least one new signature feature which will find its way in all the iPhones that will follow it. The iPhone 8 will have a few unique, exciting features, including a full-screen design, an OLED display, a 3D face/iris recognition front camera, wireless charging, and maybe a Touch ID fingerprint sensor under the display. Many of these features are responsible for a state of “panic” at Apple, according to a recent report. As a result, the iPhone 8 may see significant delays, and some of these features may be disabled at launch if the software isn’t satisfactory.
A new finding reveals that one of these innovations has been years in the making, suggesting that Apple has put a lot of effort into designing a feature unlike anything else in the business.
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