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5 Things To Know About Apple's 2018 iPhone Lineup

The design that Apple debuted with the iPhone X could extend to multiple new models this year, though the original iPhone X may be pulled off the market early.

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Face ID Is Probably Coming To All iPhones, But Not Dual Cameras

The notch cut-ut on all the 2018 iPhones would give room for the TrueDepth camera system that Apple launched with the iPhone X to enable Face ID, a facial recognition technology for phone unlocking and other authentication purposes. That would mean the debut of Face ID on every new iPhone in 2018 -- and, according to Kuo, the total removal of Touch ID fingerprint recognition from the new iPhone lineup.

While the 6.1-inch LCD model may feature Face ID and the nearly edge-to-edge design, it may not have all of the features of the OLED models, partly as a way to keep it as a lower-cost iPhone offering. One of those differences will be that the 6.1-inch model will only have a single-lens camera, in contrast to the dual-camera system of the two new OLED iPhones, according to Kuo's predicted scenario. The 6.1-inch LCD model may also have an aluminum frame and 3 GB of RAM, while the two OLED models may use stainless steel and have 4 GB of RAM.

 
 
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