iOS 14: TouchID & Express Transit on iPhone 9, Triple camera with 3D ToF on the new iPad Pros

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By Aadil Raval
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After waiting for years, we are just a few weeks away from the supposed iPhone SE 2 aka iPhone 9 launch this spring. A lot has been rumored about the device but this time around, a few details have confirmed thanks to the iOS 14 code that the folks at 9to5mac dug to find out clues about what’s ahead. They also found out what’s new with the upcoming iPad Pro and AirTags as well as a new Apple TV remote and so on.

Starting with Apple TV, it is already known that Apple is working on a new TV box as revealed by the tvOS 13 code. Apparently, the latest iOS 14 code also reveals that the Cupertino-based company is working on a new Apple TV remote as well. If you aren’t living under a rock, you might know that reports about Apple TV remote with Siri have already surfaced and since it is a pricey deal, it is a matter of contention among users since it doesn’t allow the company to actually compete with other affordable streaming boxes.

iPhone 9

Anyways, the new Apple TV will bring a new workout application on-board that will allow users to download the exercises and workout at their pace. It will be integrated with Apple Music and Apple Watch as well so you get it as a package deal here. The code also informs a bit about Apple’s AirTags where users can set up in bulk through their phones as well.

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The new Apple iPad Pro is in the making as well with a tonne of upgrades such as a new triple-lens camera array that was already teased in a previous supply chain report by various leaksters. It will feature a 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor allowing it to take advantage of Apple AR Kit for augmented reality functionalities such as using the said app to get information about the world.

Finally, the iPhone 9 is right around the corner. The iOS 14 code reveals that iPhone 9 will support TouchID which is a fingerprint scanner mounted on the front on its home button similar to iPhone 7 and others. It will also feature Express Transit allowing users to head over through public transport by hovering their phone over the scanner on the go. The device will launch with iOS 14 out-of-the-box although it will be released alongside iOS 13.4. Do check out TrueTech for more updates.

 

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After waiting for years, we are just a few weeks away from the supposed iPhone SE 2 aka iPhone 9 launch this spring. A lot has been rumored about the device but this time around, a few details have confirmed thanks to the iOS 14 code that the folks at 9to5mac dug to find out clues about what’s ahead. They also found out what’s new with the upcoming iPad Pro and AirTags as well as a new Apple TV remote and so on.

Starting with Apple TV, it is already known that Apple is working on a new TV box as revealed by the tvOS 13 code. Apparently, the latest iOS 14 code also reveals that the Cupertino-based company is working on a new Apple TV remote as well. If you aren’t living under a rock, you might know that reports about Apple TV remote with Siri have already surfaced and since it is a pricey deal, it is a matter of contention among users since it doesn’t allow the company to actually compete with other affordable streaming boxes.

iPhone 9

Anyways, the new Apple TV will bring a new workout application on-board that will allow users to download the exercises and workout at their pace. It will be integrated with Apple Music and Apple Watch as well so you get it as a package deal here. The code also informs a bit about Apple’s AirTags where users can set up in bulk through their phones as well.

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The new Apple iPad Pro is in the making as well with a tonne of upgrades such as a new triple-lens camera array that was already teased in a previous supply chain report by various leaksters. It will feature a 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor allowing it to take advantage of Apple AR Kit for augmented reality functionalities such as using the said app to get information about the world.

Finally, the iPhone 9 is right around the corner. The iOS 14 code reveals that iPhone 9 will support TouchID which is a fingerprint scanner mounted on the front on its home button similar to iPhone 7 and others. It will also feature Express Transit allowing users to head over through public transport by hovering their phone over the scanner on the go. The device will launch with iOS 14 out-of-the-box although it will be released alongside iOS 13.4. Do check out TrueTech for more updates.

 

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