iPhone 11 / iPhone X 2 Specs Discussed In New Report

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iPhone 11 / iPhone X 2 Specs Discussed In New Report

On a day when reviews of the iPhone X have hit the internet, technology enthusiasts are already looking ahead to next year’s update. A new report was recently published by an employee at KGI Securities, who interestingly remarks that next year’s round of iPhones may come equipped with TrueDepth Cameras. They will potentially be complete with 3D sensing on the backside, which will be like the front cameras seen on the current iPhone X.

The iPhone X 2 specs suggest that Apple’s new TrueDepth Camera will enable face ID for unlocking your handset, alongside Animoji for creating animated characters with face tracking. Though these features are a proponent of the current iPhone X, they only exist on the front-facing camera. Perhaps by the time next year’s update occurs, Apple will incorporate the same technology on both the front and rear-facing cameras, though our KGI affiliate believes the contrary may be true.

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KGI has commented on how Apple is at least one year ahead of their competition, having developed technology which has amazed competitors. With this being said, there is no rush to spread the camera system to the back, though consumer demand may drive this notion. Market expectations are for the iPhone to have a TrueDepth Camera on both sides, and it isn’t beyond the realm of possibility that Apple will achieve this feat next year.

KGI’s report suggests the TrueDepth Camera exists in a purely front-facing form to help maintain selling price and cost, alongside helping meet targeted shipping times. You may consequently be asking yourself, if the TrueDepth Camera doesn’t make its way to the back camera, what does the new