Apple iPad Pro 2018: 5 Expected Features

Someone showed off an early iPhone X in public and we're drooling

Rather than being an all-screen device that has only generic features, the iPhone X has the camera sensor at the top that breaks the display line at the top of the phone. This way, Apple will be able to build a new ecosystem for iOS users. In a note obtained by MacRumors, Kuo relays that the vaunted iPhone "supercycle" won't happen in 2017 as it will take Apple some time to really ramp up production to meet what will likely be staggering demand. A glance at the notch is enough to confirm the phone is indeed Apple's best iPhone to date. Kuo says that Apple will integrate TrueDepth camera on 2018 iPad models for Face ID recognition.

The world will get its first taste of Apple's Face ID tech when the iPhone X is released on November 3.

Ms. Wu reportedly plugged in the device with the cable and charger that came with the iPhone 8 Plus, but the handset split open after several minutes.

The Face ID is more secure than that of the Samsung's Iris Scanner on the Note 8. The TrueDepth Camera System is created to prevent getting spoofed by photos or masks. The short clip doesn't show off anything particularly notable like animoji or a Face ID fail - but it does give us a good look at the X's edge-to-edge screen sporting one of the new Dynamic Wallpapers.

The Animoji seamlessly and fluidly working with the A11 Bionic, the TrueDepth Camera System to capture and analyze over 50 different facial muscle movements, then animates the user expressions in a dozen different emojis. So while some analysts have pointed to weak iPhone 8 sales as a sign of weakness, Kuo maintains that overall iPhone 8 demand is where it should be given the looming launch of the iPhone X.

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