While there is still so much unknown about the iPhones that are to launch this year, a Nikkie report claims to reveal a bunch of details about the iPhones to come in the year 2018. Reportedly, Apple will launch three new iPhone models next year, all of which will feature OLED display, as opposed to just one of the three iPhones launching this year that will come with an OLED screen. Also Read - iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro India pre-orders start: All exchange, discount offers detailedAlso Read - Apple releases iOS 14.1, iPadOS 14.1 with multiple bug fixes and improvements
However, Apple is known to begin work on iPhone designs years ahead in time, which means the 2018 iPhones must already being worked on. But, Apple is also known to change its mind on various decisions at the last moment. Which means, it would only be wise if you take this piece of information with a pinch of salt. Also Read - iPhone XR available for as low as Rs 37,999: Check offers, specifications and more
This year too, in fact in just a couple of months, Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones, one of which is believed to be an anniversary edition iPhone. Recalling the most recent report about the upcoming iPhones, according to KGI securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Touch ID fingerprint sensor will not be embedded in the screen. Now, Kuo doesn t explicitly state that Apple is moving the fingerprint scanner to the back of the phone, and none of the latest iPhone 8 leaks we ve seen show any space for a scanner on the back. According to the analyst, Apple may omit Touch ID from its next-generation iPhone entirely. ALSO READ: Alleged iPhone 8 prototype detailed in hands-on video
In line with Kuo s report, a recent Bloomberg report to suggested that Apple is working on a 3D-sensor facial recognition technology for logging in and even authenticating payments. According to the report, the 3D sensor is quite speedy and accurate and are apparently the focal points of the feature. However, the report also hinted that the technology is still in the works, and users may have to wait longer than the iPhone 8 or iPhone 7s.
It may also be recalled that Apple had acquired a company called PrimeSense in 2013. PrimeSense dealt in facial recognition technology and since its acquisition, there have been rumors that Apple will sooner or later integrate the technology on its smartphones. ALSO READ: Qualcomm s under-display fingerprint sensor technology to face production delays: Report