Given a new insight, the new Pearl ID of the iPhone 8 would be able to recognize faces in a millionth of a second!

According to a new report by the Korea Herald , the 3D sensors that will be provided (almost certainly) the iPhone 8 will be able to scan the face of the owner of the smartphone in a millionth of a second .Always at the source, the new and anticipated

Apple home smartphone will also incorporate special sensors that will support AR applications to interact real-time with three-dimensional virtual images.

Discovering the existence of a face recognition system dates back a few weeks ago, with the in-depth analysis of HomePod firmware code leaked over the network. The system, known as the Pearl ID , should also work when your smartphone is resting on a flat surface. The doubts, not yet loose, concern the presence (and thus positioning) of the Touch ID sensor, which according to some sources may not be implemented on iPhone 8.

Apple will present the new iPhone 8 at the September event, not yet announced but almost certain. As far as marketing is concerned, the reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities talks about October / November.

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