Apple iPhone 8 to have Facial Recognition as Mobile Security

Apple Inc, the American Multinational technology company is said to be developing its next iPhone 8 with a facial recognition feature for mobile security. As per our sources, the latest iPhone model which will release in Sep’17 may also feature a flexible OLED panel display. The said display will prevent any kind of deformation caused by excessive usage of 3D Touch feature.

According to Cupertino-based company’s latest media update, the mobile company is in plans to offer something exclusive to its customers. As a result of this enthusiasm shown by Apple iPhone Developers, the company will do away with the physical home button and touch ID fingerprint sensor placed underneath the tough glass display.

Apple iPhone 8 will surely stand out among its smart phone competitors by bringing in an all-glass, bezel-less design. It hopes to bring in a Lithium battery loaded the phone with 4000 maH capacity.

Facial Recognition is nothing but, authenticating the user to use their respective faces for service access.

Facebook and Google are also in an intention to introduce such feature to their web service users who are already enriched with this technology soon.

Perhaps, Apple wants to implement the facial recognition security feature on to its mobile platforms in its next generation of iPhone i.e. Apple iPhone 8.

Keeping aside the specs of Apple IPhone 8 and mobile security, let’s get into a bit of business talk.

Apple manufactures its phones in countries like Vietnam and India to lower its CapEx and OpeEx costs.

But the new US President Donald Trump has issued a warning that companies which manufacture products in other countries will have to pay a heavy tax to do business in America.

Thus, companies like Apple have to push this tax burden onto its customers in order to gain some profits and so will automatically hike the product prices.

So, the question is will the patrons of Apple still buy Apple iPhones and Mac products which are highly priced in coming days……?

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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