The iPhone SE is seen on display during an event at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino California
The in-display fingerprint sensor isn't the only feature that won't be seen on the iPhone 8, but according to KGI Securities' analyst Ming-Chu Kuo, the company will also do away with the Touch ID on their upcomingiPhone. The stock has an average rating of "Buy" and an average price target of $168.5.
The images are of a dummy model of the iPhone 7s Plus.
The offer includes 3GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts. The special feature of facial recognition by Apple will hopefully be speedier, have more safety and also come with greater precision than Touch ID.
Apple's core business is the glass slate in your pocket. With its hands full with the iPhone 8, the launch of the smartphone needs to go as smoothly as possible and that cannot happen if its efforts are invested in a different product.
Some other information was alaso revealed.
Now, we can confidently say that Apple has something up its sleeve.
Identified as "Peal ID", the new feature will probably shift Apple's biometric tendencies from thumbs to faces, allowing multiple purchases by simply scanning the user's face. Flash unit will be placed between two camera lenses, supposed to help with Apple's augmented reality ambitions. Macquarie raised its target for Apple from $170 to $180 with Outperform rating. The last time the media agents checked up on this, the technology was being road-tested on an intensive basis.
Taiwan-based contract electronics maker Wistron Corp (緯創) is preparing to expand its production base in India to produce the next generation of iPhones, the iPhone SE series, according to sources in the South Asian country.
S. Korean shares extend losses amid tensions over N
In bond markets, 10-year US Treasuries and Germany's ultra-safe government bonds were trading at their highest prices since June. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan skidded 1.55%, its biggest one-day loss since mid-December.
North Korea talk drags stocks lower; gold, yen rise
ET (1434 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index fell 70.95 points, or 0.47 percent, to 15,146.38. U.S. producer prices Thursday disappointed, as traders await consumer price inflation figures later Friday.
With two USA military bases and THAAD, Guam feels secure
The 163,000 residents that make up Guam's population, which includes 6,000 US service members, are considered USA citizens. It's not the first time North Korea has threatened Guam, which is a crucial, strategic hub for USA forces in the Pacific.
Mourinho confirms Ibrahimovic talks are underway
Perhaps we've got to ensure that all our players give their all and hope that City are off-colour, but it can happen that way. Zlatan Ibrahimovic got 17 as part of 28 in all competitions before his campaign was ended early by a knee ligament injury.
Big-spending Guardiola leads chase of Chelsea
So hard to choose between Spurs (Wembley woe?) and Arsenal (unhappy/without Alexis Sanchez , pictured below). Two teams in blue and white stripes make their Premier League bows on Saturday .