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Sources: Apple is planning laser-based 3D cameras to aid AR on iPhones as early as 2020; updated 10-inch iPad could arrive in spring; iOS 13 to have dark mode (Bloomberg)

[2019-01-30 20:52:57]

Bloomberg: Sources: Apple is planning laser-based 3D cameras to aid AR on iPhones as early as 2020; updated 10-inch iPad could arrive in spring; iOS 13 to have dark mode  —  - Company is testing a triple camera system for 2019 phones  — New low-end iPads and an updated iPhone XR also in the works

Sources: Apple is planning laser-based 3D cameras to aid AR on iPhones as early as 2020; updated 10-inch iPad could arrive in spring; iOS 13 to have dark mode (Bloomberg)


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