Unlock your next iPhone by just looking at the Mobile

Now you might unlock the upcoming Apple’s iPhone with your face instead of fingerprint.

As per Bloomberg reports, It is said that Apple is testing out an improved security system for its next iPhone which will be powered by a 3D sensor, that allows users to log in, authenticate payments and launch secure apps by scanning their face.

The next iPhone is said to have a full-screen design and no bezel, by which there will be no place on the front for its TouchID fingerprint sensor.Apple can also place TouchID on the backsimilar to some Android device or place it under the display. But it is believed that positioning it under the display is off the cards due to technical obstacles.
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The 3D sensor is said to be fast and more secure than the existing fingerprint sensor. As per Bloomberg, the feature can scan a user’s face and unlock the iPhone within a few hundred milliseconds, will work even if the sensor is not directly facing the user.And it would replace the current Touch ID fingerprint scanner in the iPhone.

As per sources, Apple will release three new iPhone models later this year, that will include an all-new design 5.2-inch or 5.8-inch, depending on the definition of screen size in use, OLED screen iPhone and two LCD models, including a 4.7-inch iPhone and a 5.5-inch iPhone in the same design as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.The OLED screen would offer clear images and more vivid colour.

These models are likely to be called iPhone 8, iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus.All three models will come with 64GB and 256GB storage and will have a Lightning port with an embedded USB-C power delivery integrated circuit to boost charging efficiency. Additionally, the OLED model and 5.5-inch display iPhone would have 3GB RAM to support dual cameras, while the 4.7-inch model would have 2GB RAM for its single camera.

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