These advanced depth-sensing technology seamlessly work together to securely unlock the iPhone X, make payment via Apple Pay, securely gain access to secured apps and many more advanced and new features. But now, we've got some sobering news for all folks hoping to lay their hands on one by the end of this year.
While the number of confirmed cases look small as of the moment as Apple is still carrying out an investigation, some experts believe that these were most probably caused by a battery fire.
There's a lot of new features and aspects to like on the iPhone X and it's surely a huge a super-cycle upgrade over anything the Cupertino has built in years.
Meanwhile, Apple will be slowly implementing Face ID across its lineup, creating a user experience that's consistent with the iPhone X and boosting its own competitiveness in the process.
Report suggests Face ID camera tech will be in next iPad Pro models
As always, the market will speak for itself and we'll have a better grasp on iPhone X demand once pre-orders open up later this month. Beginning of 2018, the inside is predicting that all future iPhones will completely ditch the TouchID and use Face ID, which means soon iPhones will not have a home screen button soon. Now Kuo reiterates these claims.
According to a recent report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will also launch a new 2018 iPad Pro that will feature Face ID and a TrueDepth Camera.
Apple's 2018 line of iPad Pro tablets will integrate the TrueDepth camera and Face ID 3D laser face-scanning and recognition technology which the firm has debuted aboard the just launched iPhone X.
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