Apple won’t integrate rear-facing 3D sensors in this year’s iPhone lineup, according to one reliable analyst. Earlier predictions suggested the company would make the upgrade in an effort to deliver even greater augmented reality experiences. Ming-Chi Kuo says the technology just isn’t ready for the iPhone. A rear-facing time of flight (TOF) sensor could allow […]
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