Dan Seifert, writing for The Verge: In an obvious attempt to replicate Apple’s Face ID system, Samsung has introduced a new combination face-scanning / iris-scanning feature that can be used to unlock the phone instead of the fingerprint scanner. Show More Summary
New commercial for Face ID shows the potential of unlocking every lock with just a look.
Blink and you’ll miss the iOS 11 bug in Apple’s latest smartphone ad. The commercial, released on Friday, highlights the power of Face ID on iPhone X. But it also turns the spotlight […] The post Apple Probably Didn’t Mean to Highlight iOS 11 Bug in iPhone X Ad appeared first on Geek.com.
In a bid to stay competitive with the Face ID system on Apple's iPhone X, Samsung is reportedly adding 3D sensing cameras to next year's "Galaxy S10."
At Apple’s near-sacred product unveiling event last year, the iPhone X was undoubtedly the star of the show. Among its most boasted about features? The sleek device’s new security recognition system, Face ID. Rather than asking users...Show More Summary
A new report from Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang in Barrons suggests that Apple’s rumoured Face ID enabled iPad Pro models may make their debut at this year’s Worldwide Developers’ Conference in June. Zhang expects that the new devices...Show More Summary
According to a new research report from Rosenblatt analyst Jun Zhang (via Barron's), Apple's next-gen iPad Pro -- much like the iPhone X -- will do away with the home button and will instead rely upon facial recognition for authentication purposes. Show More Summary
That fancy depth sensor can be used for more than just Face ID.
After seeing a beautiful macOS 11 concept yesterday, today we’ve got a brand new iOS 12 concept from designer iOS News And More. Leading off with a nod to improved stability and bug fixes, the concept goes on to visualize some slick enhancements for a potential iOS 12 release. more…
The Intelligent Scan security feature of the Samsung Galaxy S9 may not be as secure as it seems, as a report suggests the facial recognition technology it uses is a weaker component of the biometric-based system compared to Apple's Face ID used in the competing iPhone X.
More rumors are circulating that Apple is planning a trio of iPhones in the fall of 2018, with one the largest ever produced by the company, and all three incorporating Face ID authentication technology.
As 9to5Google has been reporting all day, Samsung today officially unveiled its new Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ flagship. The devices tout dual aperture cameras, curved displays, and more. As you would expect, however, Samsung was sure to take some jabs at Apple during its (very unenthusiastic) keynote… more…
TCL today announced the Alcatel 5 Series, an Android handset that TCL describes as an "affordable flagship." The phone has a brushed metallic unibody design with a rear-mounted fingerprint reader and face ID for rapid unlocking. Core features include a 5.7-inch display with HD+ (1,440 by 720) resolution and the 18:9 aspect ratio. Show More Summary
In the months leading up to the iPhone X unveiling this past September, there were a number of conflicting reports about the overall design of the device. While most everyone agreed that the physical home button was being kicked to the...Show More Summary
When Apple introduced Animoji in September, it did so in part to make an important point. The TrueDepth camera that enables Face ID's 3D facial recognition on the iPhone X has other uses beyond providing secure biometric authentication for unlocking and mobile payments. Show More Summary
As can be seen from the picture above, the iPhone X’s notch carries a lot of hardware, much of it concerned with Apple’s Face ID system, which includes generating 3D data from your face by projecting a Kinect-like dot pattern on your face and then reading the resulting distorted image back with an infrared camera. Show More Summary
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Apple is said to be working on three new iPhones for 2018, and all of them will reportedly offer Face ID.
Reports from the supply chain suggest that Apple is widening its supplier lists for the 2018 iPhone lineup, with the new report also saying that LG Innotek will be the main vendor instead of Sharp.