The cutout for the sensors and front camera on the front side of the iPhone X is causing a lot of debate. Your comment about it gave Apple Vice President Greg Joswick responsible for marketing iPhone, iPad and iOS. This writes PhoneArena.
Some people do not like the notch on the front panel of the iPhone X, on which the speaker, camera TrueDepth and a set of sensors for a Face ID. Others say they quickly got used to the neck and don’t pay attention to it. It is not surprising that the Vice-President of Apple, it seems, belongs to the second type of people.
A set of sensors on the front side of the iPhone X is one of the most densely Packed technology that we have ever done. It is also one of the most complex technologies, which we have placed in this incredibly small space.
Apple pays great attention to the future potential Face ID, not temporary designer amenities. Joswick also confirmed this, saying that Apple did not consider the possibility of installing a fingerprint scanner in the iPhone X.
Forget all the rumors about the presence of fingerprint scanner on the back side. We wanted to create the facial recognition technology, which to us anybody did not do. It was very hard to do. But we didn’t want to repeat in other products, technologies that respond to fake images.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will continue to develop the technology Face ID. He also said that in 2018 Apple will introduce three edge-to-edge smartphone with a cutout on the front panel.
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