Yesterday, we told you about the Wall Street analyst who now expects 3D-sensing to be pushed back to 2018’s Apple iPhone 8s. The feature, to originally be found in the front-facing camera only, allows the phone to unlock and verify the user’s identity by recognizing the face of the unit’s owner. It also will calculate depth-of-field data so that dual cameras are not necessary for the “blur” effect created with the iPhone Portrait mode.
Today brings another rumor about the 2017 premium iPhone model, direct from Wall Street. Timothy Arcuri of Cowen & Co.shot out a note to clients today …