A new report says that all 2018 iPhones are expected to be equipped with TrueDepth cameras, and two new models will also introduce this feature.
In addition, DigiTimes noted that due to strong demand for 3D sensors, suppliers will see good results in the second half of this year.
According to sources, Apple is expected to launch three iPhones and two new iPads at the end of the third quarter, all of which support Face ID, which will greatly boost the demand for key components.
The report only lists the various vendors that benefited from the move, and did not disclose any details about the devices, but it at least reinforces previous rumors about the 2018 iPhone and iPad.
Apple plans to launch three iPhones this fall, including the affordable 6.1-inch LCD model, the 5.8-inch second-generation iPhone X, and the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus.
As for the new iPad, Apple has refreshed the affordable 9.7-inch iPad earlier this year, but unfortunately it does not support Face ID.
However, the iPad Pro should be updated, and an Apple insider recently said that the company is developing an 11-inch iPad Pro that will be unveiled with the new 12.9-inch model.
Well-known analyst Guo Mingchi said that as shown in the above rendering, the two tablets also canceled the physical Home button and used Face ID facial recognition.
As for the Mac, Apple just refreshed its flagship MacBook Pro, but was criticized for lack of sincerity and no one supported Face ID.