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iPhone 8 will be able to recognize faces thanks to the dual FaceTime camera

LG Innotek will begin deliveries of the module front 3D camera for iPhone 8. In addition to standard FaceTime-module, Apple smartphone the next generation will get a second wide-angle camera.

The face detection function users will be one of the key features of the iPhone 8. The current model of the Apple smartphone is equipped with a conventional 32-mm lens on the front panel. The new generation of smartphones will be two of the front camera – in addition to the normal 32-mm (or 28 mm) you will see another wide-angle 24 mm with twin module on the front panel of the iPhone 8 will receive advanced facial recognition.

The facial recognition system users are installed and the top-end smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S8, but it is two-dimensional. Thus protection can be fooled by using conventional photography. The iPhone 8 is also planned to use three-dimensional technology that is more advanced and reliable.

LG Innotek produces a dual camera for the iPhone 7 Plus. In November last year it was reported that iPhone 8 developed a new camera that can create 3D images and content for virtual reality helmets.

For the first time about the appearance of iPhone 8 system face recognition told Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. According to him, the technology will work in tandem with the fingerprint scanner Touch ID, though in the future Apple could not get rid of the biometric module.

Earlier Thursday it was reported that the company TSMC has started mass production of chips for the iPhone 8. According to informed sources, the company planned to start production of 10-nm chips Apple A11, designed for smart phones of new generation in April, but the deadline was postponed to may due to issues with packing chips.

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iPhone 8 will be presented in the fall of 2017 at a special conference Apple. According to rumors, the smartphone will get a 5.8-inch OLED-display “edge to edge” and wireless charging.

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