Apple’s new iPhone X has a key feature in the form of Face ID, which is facial recognition taken to the next level as far as mobile devices are concerned. It involves an array of cameras and sensors that will help make facial detection more accurate and also considerably less prone to deception (or so Apple claims).

Now if you were wondering if Apple could improve on Face ID further, we suppose they could, but maybe not for 2018. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, it seems that he believes that Apple is expected to maintain the same sensors used for 2017’s iPhone X for 2018’s iPhone models as well.

Apparently this is because Apple has managed to sort out the complications of the production of the Face ID components, which means that to ensure even smoother production for next year’s models, Apple will not be changing any parts or components as previously speculated, which we guess may or may not be a bad thing depending on how well the feature performs.

There is speculation that 2018’s iPhones may or may not get Face ID depending on how well-received the feature is, which we suppose we’ll find out come 3rd of November which is when the iPhone X will be officially released. There have also been talks that Face ID could find its way onto the iPad Pro as well, which honestly wouldn’t be all too surprising.

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