Wednesday, August 9, 2017

We will have 3D sensors on the iPhone 8 yes or yes


During its FQ4 conference this morning, Apple vendor Lumentum reported a huge increase in orders for 3D-sensing laser components believed to be included in the upcoming iPhone 8, to enable advanced augmented reality features , as the analyst noted And rumor specialist Gene Munster.
It appears that the company has orders worth 200 million dollars. Based on new Lumentum information, Munster is forecasting about 55 million units of next-generation iPhone models with the camera's 3D detection technology this year and a capacity of about 160 million next year:
"We believe most, if not all order, is shipped to Apple. We think these comments confirm that 3D detection (and therefore AR applications) will be a focus feature on the next iPhone . In addition, Lumentum noted that they have increased the capacity of the VCSEL laser between 25 and 30% of what they anticipated only one quarter. Given the rise in demand forecasting management, we believe that advanced 3D detection capabilities will integrate into more iPhone than most analysts previously expected.
The 55 million units account for less than half of the total 133 million units that Munster expects Apple to sell this year after the iPhone's launch in September, as it, along with others, predicts that only high-end models will include Function .
Munster expects models with 3D detection technology to start on a $ 950 basis, about 807 euros at current exchange rates. As we can see, one seems to be that these rumors are gaining strength and that the iPhone 8 will finally include this 3D recognition feature, which would be a real blow to the competitors .
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