More evidence all three new iPhones will ditch the feature everyone loves
When Apple introduced the iPhone X last fall, it was clear to everyone the notch was the design compromise we need right now. The notch might not be pretty to look at, but it’s the only way to design a phone with an edge-to-edge screen right now. The notch is practically half a bezel that contains all the features you’d find on the top of a phone's front side, including the camera, speakers, and sensors.
On the iPhone X, the notch houses a TrueDepth camera that can measure the depth of field to offer secure authentication — Face ID. A signature feature for the iPhone X, Face ID is going to be available on all phones going forward, including the three 2018 iPhones due this September. That’s what many rumors and leaks revealed so far, and we’ve got even more evidence to support them. In other words, if you're like many people who passed on the iPhone X because you love Touch ID too much, get ready to bite the bullet if you plan to upgrade this year.
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More evidence all three new iPhones will ditch the feature everyone loves originally appeared on BGR.com on Thu, 9 Aug 2018 at 07:45:10 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.