Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Via MacRumors. Apple will wave bye-bye to LCD screens and go all-OLED, all the time, according to a new report. All of next year's iPhones could adopt a new screen technology, according to Nikkei Asian Review, not just the most high-end model. (Brace yourself for a lot of "ifs."). Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
"You won't want to miss this," the invitation promises before flashing the Motorola batwing logo and the lovecases floral art iphone x case - black event date: July 25 in New York (hashtag #hellomotoworld), So what could it be? Rumors point to the Moto X4 -- which could have dual cameras on the back and boast water resistance -- or maybe the rumored Moto Z2 Force, which could follow up the recently released, midrange Moto Z2 Play, There's also a good chance we'll see some new magnetic Mods that attach to the Z family of phones, Motorola is taking a two-pronged approach to phones: entry-level devices such as the Moto E4 and excellent Moto G5 Plus; and high-end showings such as the Z series, which use those snap-on Mods to make the phones different than most others you can buy today..
Whatever Motorola has waiting for us, CNET will be there to cover it live. Moto says you won't want to miss it. We'll sure be there. Motorola's invite to its next launch event has arrived and, well, it's cryptic. The animated GIF shows a long tunnel or arches that leads to the right, illuminated with red, yellow, orange, pink and blue light that rushes to you from somewhere down the hall. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
The diagram from Apple's patent application, Click to enlarge, The application is pretty dry stuff, filled with cardboardy legalese, but it does outline some pretty juicy reasons why a "presence sensor" could be a good thing, Human recognition could, Important reminder: A patent application is not a granted patent and it doesn't mean that Apple will automatically use these features, But it's a good indication of what Apple is thinking, and where other phones could be going as well, While Apple keeps things vague (it refers to a "computing device"), it's likely we're talking about a device that's easy to move around, So the iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad are good candidates for this kind of sensor, A MacBook, not so much, The patent application also implies that sensors lovecases floral art iphone x case - black live on the front of the device -- Apple's patent application mentions a camera sensor, but also light sensors and also infrared (IR) and microwave radar..
Apple did not respond to a request for comment. If it comes to the iPhone 8, here are six cool things it could do -- according to Apple. For months now, the internet has been awash with rumors that Apple's 10th-anniversary iPhone (which we're calling the iPhone 8 for now) will have facial recognition built into at least one of its cameras. Now a patent application dated today, and spotted by TechCrunch, spells out Apple's ambition to patent a sensor that can tell if you're human. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.