If these iPhone SE 2 renders prove authentic, which is a pretty big if, the original model's 4-inch screen would increase to around 4.7 or 5 inches with absolutely no change to the overall product dimensions.
While Samsung and Huawei may need to hold off until next year on adopting Face ID-rivaling 3D sensing tech, the Xiaomi Mi 7 is expected out this Q3 with a complex facial recognition feature in tow.
It's an annoying vanity bug that made its way into a triple-A, big-money ad for the iPhone X's Face ID feature. And it gets edited like this.
It's not just Samsung, but Huawei and other Chinese smartphone vendors that are trying hard to make in-display fingerprint recognition work, as 3D facial authentication methods remain expensive and risky.
It was rumored to be one of the dragging factors that kept the iPhone X from getting out to customers with the other iPhones last year.
Android phone makers will take until late this year at the very earliest to be able to come up with an answer to Face ID, Animoji and the TrueDepth camera.
It's a minor bug for sure, but it just doesn't look right — especially for it being part of a feature highlight in a very expensive advertisement.
A highly advanced 3D sensing solution is reportedly in the works for Samsung's Galaxy S10 (or Galaxy X) next year to go after Face ID speed, security and reliability on the iPhone X.
It's certainly not surprising to hear Apple could be working on two new iPad Pro variants, but the smaller 2018 model is expected to measure around 11 inches in screen diagonal.
Apple's next-gen 2018 iPhone trio is strongly rumored to include an OLED 6.5-incher, a new OLED 5.8-incher, and an LCD model with an unspecified size, all three of which should be "full screen" affairs.
Well, it's only copying if Apple actually follows the whimsical rendering that was released by a research firm. Also, new insight into the parts race for three new iPhones.
The only way to have app purchases approved by a parent was either Touch ID or by entering the Apple ID password. That's until when iOS 11.3 comes in.
The entire next generation of iPhones is widely expected to support Face ID recognition, and Apple has no problem spending large sums of money to help out key supply partners.
The Exynos 9810 SoC headed for a large part of the world inside the Galaxy S9 and S9+ looks like a beast on paper, in terms of CPU muscle and LTE velocity.
With recorded examples of family members unlocking a relative's iPhone X through Face ID, will Apple tell users why they can't use it for Ask to Buy?
Apple might be more focused than ever on enhancing battery capacity for 2018, then 2019 iPhones in order to improve endurance and keep up with TrueDepth consumption.
Previous happenstance Face ID botches were between non-twin family members. This one just happened naturally without anyone having to try.
To avoid future Face ID production woes, Apple has set aside no less than $390 million for a new Finisar VCSEL manufacturing plant in Sherman, Texas.
In short, no Face ID data is transmitted to app publishers, period. But they do have access to an API to track the faces you make at their app.
Samsung may need several more years to replicate Apple's Face ID magic, but in the meantime, the Galaxy S9 should sport a beefed-up iris scanner.
Dual-SIM capability on one iPhone, the other gets a cheaper screen at the same price as the "normal" iPhone this year. Speculation continues to pile on.
The iPhone X, being the expensive device it is, may get shared among two trusting people. Wouldn't it be great to get multi-user Face ID capabilities?
It's supposed to be a step above Apple and all the rest of them. Meanwhile, OnePlus joins a couple of trends with its latest phone, too. We discuss!