Apple is working on laser-based 3D sensors for its iPhone X successors

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Apple’s new iPhone X ushers in a ton of new tech that’s never been seen before on any iPhone. The OLED display is a big departure from the LCD screens Apple uses on other iPhone models, and Apple also introduced a brilliant internal design solution that allows the screen to go all the way to the bottom of the phone’s face. The dual-battery layout inside the iPhone X is another first for iPhones, as is the advanced TrueDepth camera and sensor array that enables Face ID.

Face ID has been quite impressive on the iPhone X. So much so that there’s far less backlash over the loss of Touch ID than most industry watchers were anticipating. Of course, TrueDepth in its current form is hardly the end of Apple’s efforts with 3D sensing and mapping on iPhones, and a new report on Tuesday sheds light on some exciting new tech in the works for Apple’s iPhone X successors.

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