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Earlier reports showed how Face ID was fooled with a twin, a child of the device’s owner and even a mask. Another report of the Vietnamese company Bkav again showed how Face ID was fooled with a mask.
The new support document on Apple’s website shows how Face ID works and how to use it. Facial recognition will be first presented in iPhone X that will be launched in November.
iPhone X will launch later than previous models. Some sources say Apple cannot get in time to meet the demand, but The Wall Street Journal says that the reason is that Apple cannot get enough parts for TrueDepth camera.
Despite iPhone X’s battery is stronger than iPhone 8’s, it will likely drain faster. The leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer has commented on why more power-efficient OLED iPhone X will be more energy consuming than LCD models.
Apple Special Event keynote showed the high-end iPhone X and here are the exact specs.
Apple has introduced its new products on Special Apple Event in Steve Jobs Theater. Everything we expected from this event is confirmed.
Apple is going to implement the facial recognition into its upcoming iPhone 8. It is said that Apple’s technology will be way more secure than the Samsung’s one.
A report claims that not all new iPhone features will be really a surprise in the smartphone world.
The Korea Herald reports that new iPhone will be capable of recognizing a user’s face instantly.
Apple has inadvertently revealed its new iPhone details in another gadget’s firmware code. After interpreting the code of the Apple’s HomePod, the developers Steve Troughton-Smith and Guilherme Rambo revealed new iPhone design.
According to the latest report from Digitimes, the iPhone 8 will get an optical fingerprint scanner integrated into the display. Moreover, the flagship device will be equipped with infrared image sensors for AR features and better camera performance. The display ratio will be changed from 16:9 to 18.5:9, sources add.
According to the latest report from Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri, the iPhone 8 will get a 5.8-inch OLED wraparound screen with a thin bezel at the top featuring two sensors used for facial and gesture recognition. Furthermore, the Home button with Touch ID scanner will be integrated in the display, Arcuri claims. Apple may also add wireless charging capabilities to the next-generation iPhone.
China's Electrical Engineering Times reports that the coming iWatch will boast optoelectronics to monitor the heart rate and blood oxygen levels of the user.
Apple is said to have chosen the light-based technology over electrocardiography, a more accurate method which measures electrical impulses, due to the former's ability to continuously monitor heart rate with no action from the user. Most ECG-based products require multiple contacts, meaning users must either attach multiple diodes to their body or touch the product with both hands to get a reading.
Engineers at Nanyang Technological University have developed a revolutionary new camera sensor that is a thousand times more sensitive than the ones currently on the market, reports Science Daily. The sensor is made from graphene and is apparently the first that can detect broad spectrum light from the visible to mid-infrared with high photoresponse or sensitivity.
Graphene is a million times smaller than the thickest human hair (only one-atom thick) and is made of pure carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb structure. It is known to have a high electrical conductivity among other properties such as durability and flexibility.
On Tuesday Apple officially commented claims that the new iPad is running warmer that its predecessor.
"The new iPad delivers a stunning Retina display, A5X chip, support for 4G LTE plus 10 hours of battery life, all while operating well within our thermal specifications, Apple spokeswoman Trudy Miller said in a statement to The Loop. "If customers have any concerns, they should contact AppleCare."
Apple’s response came only couple hours after the publication of an infrared test that revealed the new iPad runs 10 degrees (Fahrenheit) hotter than the previous-generation iPad 2. The temperatures of the new iPad, however, remain well within Apple's specified operating temperature of 32 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit, or 0 to 35 degrees Celsius.