as declared In the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus they cost $9 and they will rise to $15 with the 2017 OLED iPhone.
The 2017 iPhone will be the most expensive iPhone ever made.
Image credit: Tech Driven TimesMeanwhile Apple is expected to hold the fort during this time by releasing an iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus at the same time, which will be incremental upgrades on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and retain the same familiar aluminum chassis and LCD displays.
All of which suggests Apple is setting one hell of a high bar for itself with the iPhone 8: it will be late(ish), it will be very expensive and there will be (no doubt very competent) iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus models also launching ahead of it at lower price points.
Interestingly, in isolation, the cost of the OLED compatible 3D Touch modules is not huge.
iPhone 8 Face Recognition Rumors Mount As Apple Revises Patent
Multiple leaks, rumors, and analyst reports have pointed to the iPhone 8 coming with facial recognition technology.
Touch ID is still used in most Apple products, and the company is still investing in the future of Touch ID.
Apple unlikely to ditch Touch ID on iPhone 8In the latest iteration of the patent, Apple has mentioned an infrared sensor in the “claims” section.
Unlock the iPhone 8 without pressing any buttonThe latest patent builds upon a previous patent granted to Apple last year.
A new patent published by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) shows that the company is consistently revising and refining its facial recognition technology as the iPhone 8 launch approaches.
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