Apple is reportedly planning to use “a lot” of cameras and a lot of sensors on its next-generation iPhone.
The new phone will reportedly be able to track the eye movements of its users, the Associated Press reports.
According to the AP, the iPhone will be able “to record video, photos and other information from a range of angles.”
The new iPhone will also be able use sensors to “perceive the position of objects around it” and will be capable of using 3D vision to track its users.
The iPhone is reportedly expected to be unveiled in October.
The next-gen iPhone is expected to include a camera, dual-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and an optional 5-megapixel camera.
The AP notes that “Apple has also begun discussing an all-new home button that could also allow users to access apps via an app-switching button on the back of the device.”