Apple may have finally found the way to get rid of the Notch while keeping all the benefits of Face ID, and we could even see bezels disappear
Apple could be giving us Sony 3D sensors in the main cameras of future iPhones that would help in 3D content creation and more
With Apple's tempered forecast, millions of iPhones will no longer need to be made for the holiday quarter and that has sent parts suppliers reeling.
We've got all the numbers you need and all of the little bits and bobs that Apple glossed over when it was talking about the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xr.
If you've seen what the iPhone X can do with its cameras, just imagine that going faster. And with more dynamic range than ever before.
This prediction comes from a generally well-regarded market analyst that has been tracking Apple for many years. Chances are, he's right.
Among those factors, Face ID is included, the headphone jack goes away and old accessories won't work with this new iPad anymore.
Famous (or infamous) Apple analyst Ming-chi Kuo is back at a new investment firm and is tackling some predictions on what the company has to offer soon.
Another piece of media affirms what we believe the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone looks like from prior leaks and rumors. So, how much longer 'til the event?
Samsung wants to have better biometric security measures come 2019 and it thinks that it can have a dot-projection facial sensor in time.
The bezels are on the most affordable premium iPhone to keep it as the most affordable premium iPhone. What about a would-be cheaper option? It's scrubbed.
BlackBerry has a new phone to last a weekend, feature a keyboard and much more while Apple has surged in software in some places and lagged in others.
In the iOS 12 developer beta, iPad users can find aew option to set up Face ID. Except they can't. Not on any iPad just yet.
Animoji can now capture you sticking out your tongue. You can also FaceTime with up to 31 of your closest friends in just a single call.
It's probably not happening this year, but in 2019, we could see Apple copy Huawei with at least one triple-camera iPhone variant supporting both 3x optical zoom and advanced AR experiences with 3D sensing functionality.
It doesn't exactly sound logical, but Apple's front camera-enabled Face ID feature on the iPhone X may need a rear camera repair in the event of trouble.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 is supposed to recognize your face and your face only. Face ID, though, has been shown to have cracks. Apparently, kids are one of them.