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New feature of iPhone 8 will take your iPhone experience to different level

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New feature of iPhone 8 will take your iPhone experience to different level
As we have seen with the launch of iOS 11, Apple focus was the new capability of AR getting introduce for iPhone and iPad. Although other older iPhone (till iPhone 7 Plus) will support AR, but hardware is not that compatible with iOS 11 new feature.




But as per the reports, Apple is all set to introduce iPhone 8 with hardware which will take your AR experience to next level. As we all are aware of the different rumors that the 10th anniversary iPhone could arrive with 3D sensors for facial recognition running rife, it shouldn’t be surprising that sources have confirmed Apple is integrating 3D lasers to the rear camera of the handset.

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Fast Company has reported that the iPhone (either the upcoming models or the 2018 ones) will use a vertical-cavity-surface-emitting-laser (or VCSEL) system, as evidence mounts that Apple has procured VCSEL components from various sources.

The VCSEL system would improve the iPhone camera’s autofocus capabilities and depth perception for better augmented reality experiences.

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iPhone 8 will be AR-ready




It shouldn’t come as much of a shock that Apple is trying to improve AR experiences in it devices, given Apple CEO Tim Cook's preference for augmented reality rather than virtual reality. That was followed by the announcement of ARKit at WWDC 2017, and Apple’s foray into augmented reality was sealed.

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ARKit is set to arrive with iOS 11 later this year, giving developers the chance to create AR apps for iPhones and iPad.




Whether the iPhone 8 will actually arrive with the VCSEL technology, however, will depend on how quickly Apple’s engineers can work and, of course, the accuracy of these leaks. And given that the system will apparently be integrated into the rear of the phone, we might have to wait until September to find out if we'll need to stare at the rear of the handset to unlock it, or if the 3D sensors will grace both faces of the phone.

Think the iPhone 8 is overrated? A cheaper iPhone 7S could be arriving in September, too.


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