The Face ID comes to the iPad this 2018 from the hand of LG -


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Wednesday, 10 January 2018

The Face ID comes to the iPad this 2018 from the hand of LG

Apple is planning a spectacular investment in the LG Innotek company in the face of the implementation of 3D sensors and modules for the next generation of iPhone and iPad. That's right, the tablets of the company of the bitten apple will also have Face ID technology.

Face ID, for anyone who is not familiar with the subject, is a facial recognition feature present in the iPhone X that allows users to unlock their smartphone (among other functions) with their face from the front camera.

Apple's investment in LG could reach 820 million dollars . This money would be used to build facilities for the production of 3D sensors and camera modules for future mobile devices in 2018.

The 2018 iPad will have facial recognition features

In addition to all the advantages of Face ID, the iPad of 2018 will benefit from applications that use facial recognition and the fun Animojis for iMessage. These features, until now, are available exclusively on the iPhone X of the 10th anniversary.

On the other hand, in addition to the incorporation of Face ID technology, the iPad of 2018 will receive a big change in its design . It is speculated that its lateral edges will be much thinner. However, it is believed that its screen is unlikely to be OLED.

The modules assembled by LG Innotek are key components in the TrueDepth camera of the iPhone X. But LG will not only deal with the Face ID for iPad, but we could also see the launch of an iPhone X Plus and several iPhone 9 models.

This investment will help Apple avoid the temporary supply problems they experienced over the past year during the development process of the iPhone X.

Source | Macrumors 

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