The iPhone 8 will be able to turn off notification sounds when a user looks at the display

Firmware impending speaker system Apple HomePod, which appeared online last week, continues to serve as a source of news about the iPhone 8 and other Apple devices.


Developed by Guilherme Rambo (Guilherme Rambo) recently announced that the new AppleTV player can play and stream videos from the web in resolutions up to 4K, and will also have the support of extended dynamic range Dolby Vision and HDR10.


Now, Guillermo has found bits of code that indicate that the iPhone 8 will automatically mute notification sounds when a user looks at the display.


Recall, the iPhone 8 will be equipped with a system of three-dimensional face recognition of the user which will operate on the basis of the technology purchased in the year 2013, the company PrimeSense.



It has also been previously discovered that the iPhone 8 will be able to determine if near its owner, even when the smartphone is on a table or other surface, but is not in the hands.


8 iPhone needs to be presented in September this year.

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