The latter has been subjected to various leaks in the past and now, Apple HomePod firmware has revealed that the upcoming iPhone 8 will come with a bezel-less design along with a new facial recognition technology.
Troughton-Smith has also found reference to "split" options for the status bar at the top of the screen.
After spending more time being able to dive into the code, Troughton-Smith has found no evidence to suggest Apple's premium iPhone will feature an embedded Touch ID sensor in the display.
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In this case, one of the most debated features of iPhone 8, the facial recognition system it was kind of confirmed by the source code of another Apple device. Well, with all these speculations and suggestions being spotted every now and then, it won't be surprising, if at all, we actually see the face unlocking feature on the iPhone when it is released.
Buried deep in the firmware of Apple's HomePod-the Siri-enabled smart speaker it unveiled in June-are a few hints about the hotly anticipated iPhone 8. We'd usually advise caution when reading any new iPhone 8 rumors, but this information comes directly from the horse's mouth, so to speak. Prior to that supposed leak, images of the purported front panel of the iPhone 8 made an appearance, fuelling the belief that the device will sport a curved edge-to-edge screen.
There has been a lot of anticipation regarding the upcoming 10th anniversary special smartphone from Apple, the iPhone 8. The code also contains references to an infrared camera which would presumably be used by the phone to detect your face in the dark. It shows a screen that takes up much more of the front, and it doesn't have a home button. Another tweet by iOS developer Guilherme Rambo said that the new iPhone was codenamed "D22" and the facial recognition called Pearl ID. The iPhone has a almost edge-to-edge display, slim bezels, a notch at top for the earpiece and camera, and no Home button!