Future models of iPhone will have a set of improved TrueDepth sensors, will require a battery with more capacity - NewCydiaTweaks

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Thursday, December 21, 2017

Future models of iPhone will have a set of improved TrueDepth sensors, will require a battery with more capacity


The analyst Ming Chi Kuo has returned to take out his crystal ball to tell us that in the future, when Apple manufactures the successors of the iPhone X, will use a set of sensors enhanced in the TrueDepth system , just the components that are housed in the already famous eyelash or eyebrow at the top of the screen. There is a camera that only detects infrared light, an emitter with 30 laser points, a proximity sensor, an infrared light emitter, a microphone and an earpiece that also acts as a loudspeaker. In addition, there is a normal 7 megapixel front camera.
Apparently, these new sensors will require more power than the current ones, which will make it necessary to include a battery that has even more capacity than the current one that carries the iPhone X, 2716 mAh . The improvements will be detection of the near environment in 3D, and improvements in applications of augmented reality, a technology in which Apple is investing very strongly.
This sounds a bit strange because the usual thing is that when a technology improves and is perfected in successive generations, the energy requirements are lower thanks to the energy efficiency improvements of the new components. It is not always the case, but it is the most usual. For example, the CPU that Apple uses in the iPhone X, the A11 Bionic, requires less electric power to operate compared to, for example, The A8 of the iPhone 6 .

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