Are you ready for this?
For months we have been speculating, along with the rest of the tech world, just what it is that Apple will be releasing to celebrate their 10th anniversary of the iPhone.
On Friday and Saturday, through a few unprecedented leaks, we got closer to the truth.
First, a tweet from game developer Steven Troughton-Smith showed off a “screenshot of new iOS firmware that indicates that the names of the three new iPhones”.
If you have no idea how to read that, this is what it translates to:
Yeah, boi – but for all we know, the device tree could be lying.
Then, on Saturday, a Golden Master build of iOS 11 was released. Never before has this happened.
The folks over at 9to5Mac found a number of interesting new features, including three-dimensional, animated emojis called Animoji, reports Mashable, which will use facial tracking and your voice to create expressive animated messages:
— Noah M (@n04hz_ark) September 9, 2017
And there are a few more impressive features that will come with the phone, including an edge-to-edge OLED screen, leaving just a small cutout (or “notch”) for the camera and other sensors, explains 9to5mac.
Portrait Lighting: This feature appears to be an enhancement on the iPhone’s Portrait mode effect for creating dSLR-like shots using depth by simulating different lighting effects.
New video recording resolution and capture speeds:
Face ID: The official marketing name for what’s been referenced as Pearl ID, the facial recognition features that will likely replace the Touch ID fingerprint recognition feature.
A revised version of AirPods.
If this kind of stuff blows your skirt up, then we will have all the details of the real thing on Wednesday.
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