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New iPhone likely to feature facial recognition and an all-screen design

The next Apple iPhone will reportedly be unlocked using facial-recognition technology and will also feature a screen covering almost its entire front. A pre-release of firmware for the tech giant's upcoming HomePod smart speaker, due to launch late 2017, contained hidden details about several new features for the world's most popular smartphone. Sent out to developers last week, the firmware was found to contain references to other products, including one codenamed D22. Developers have claimed this will be

 

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