Good news ! Hackbusters community is waiting for you !
KnowBe4 has been running the HackBusters site for a few years now, providing you with trending IT security news. We are expanding it and have launched a new exciting online community! The forum is divided into four main topics or categories: Social Engineering, Ransomware, Phishing and Security Awareness Training. You are invited to be one of the first to join us at:

The next iPhone could get rear 3D sensors - CNET


Apple is reportedly working on a rear-facing 3D sensor system for its 2019 iPhone, according to Bloomberg. If true, this type of hardware could bring big improvements to the iPhone's powers to fuse the real world with the world on your screen.

The iPhone X uses its own kind of 3D sensing tech. Juan Garzón/CNET

Apple's already using a 3D sensor in the iPhone X. New features on the iPhone X like Face ID and Animojis owe their existence to the iPhone's TrueDepth camera system, which uses infrared and 3D sensors to create a three dimensional map of your face. This makes Apple's facial recognition more accurate and it's the reason you can't unlock an iPhone X with just a photograph.

Now Bloomberg reports that Apple plans to bring similar 3D mapping to iPhone's rear cameras. According to the report, this won't simply be the iPhone X notch slapped onto the back of the phone. Instead it's said to be redesigned and intended for AR. Apple may also keep the TrueDepth camera system on...(continued)

View All Trending Stories