The hype created with the face ID and the Animoji still has the remnants among the users and it will take its sweet time to wear off.
According to the latest report, Apple is working on some interesting stuff with their 3D sensors and that we might be able to see it in 2019. But Bloomberg reports that Apple is working on something much more advanced for the iPhone's rear camera.
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For Apple, AR seems to be the next big thing and the company has already started the ground work for making the iPhone a hub for all things AR.
The new sensor system will enable better depth detection for augmented reality apps, and a more accurate type of autofocus for photography, according to the source. Talking about the technology behind the existing system, the TrueDepth sensor basically depends on a structured-light technique.
The TrueDepth system shines about 30,000 dots outward, which is then captured and analyzed. The IR image and dot pattern are pushed through neural networks to create a mathematical model of your face and send the data to the secure enclave to confirm a match, while adapting to physical changes in appearance over time. This is how Face ID gets the 3D data it needs to check for a facial identity match and unlock the device. However, the company is not relenting in its trail of unique works as it is rumored that the 2019 version of Apple's iPhone is already emerging. These iPhone models will be first launched in the United States. Time of flight cameras use advanced algorithms for distance mapping and range imaging, meaning it would track the whole scene, not just your face.
According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, there was a reason Apple wanted to release one initial size variation of the iPhone X. The most likely explanation is they probably wanted to give some opportunity for the iPhone 8 to gather some sales beforehand.