Sunday, June 25, 2017

The iPhone 8 could have several 3D sensors according to evidence found in component suppliers

One of the long-rumored improvements for the iPhone 8 is a series of 3D sensors that allow the device to know what is in front of the cameras with topographic information, that is, highlighted, in theory by using laser beams Which could somehow provide that information. In the past similar sensors have been used in cameras, which are sometimes visible just before taking a picture, when the system is trying to figure out where to focus in low light conditions. They do not have to be the same, but it gives an idea of ​​how the front and rear cameras could be enhanced, where there would be a detection system of more quality than in front.
This type of sensors could be used for augmented reality applications similar to those we saw during the presentation of the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro . The presentation was quite impressive. Here we can see it working.
Augmented reality is one of the new technologies in which Apple seems to have more interest in the future. Seeing what they have done so far with the video above, with an iPad Pro that has no laser sensor like the one rumored for the iPhone 8, we can get an idea of ​​how this technology could become a revolution in the future .
In this case, the information that the new iPhone 8 could have this type of sensors to help with augmented reality, comes from the suppliers of components of the iPhone 8 production chain, specifically the brand Finisar , Viavi Solutions and Lumentum . In the past, it has also been rumored that vendors like Largan Precision could manufacture these components for Apple. Recall that for each component of the iPhone, Apple usually hire the production to more than one brand to ensure that they will always have enough parts to make millions of machines without interruptions. Data from these providers are reported in a study by BlueFin . We are also given the name of the providers of the wireless load components that are supposed to have the iPhone 8; Broadcom , a provider that has been working with Apple for decades, providing chips of all kinds.
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