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    similar post in English source daily mail
    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak admits he WON'T upgrade to the £999 iPhone X 'on day one' as he is unsure that its Face ID feature will work



      • Steve Wozniak was speaking at a conference in Las Vegas this week
      • 'I'm happy with my iPhone 8 — which is the same as the iPhone 7', he said
      • The iPhone X, unveiled in September, has an edge-to-edge 5.8-inch display
      • Wozniak expressed concerns about whether the Face ID feature, which allows users to unlock their device just by looking at it, would work

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    Other CEO Tim Cook speaks to The Independent in London / Brooks Kraft/Apple
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    Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks to The Independent in London / Brooks Kraft/Apple

    In a wide-ranging interview, the CEO of the biggest tech company in the world explains how AR will change our lives, and why he thinks the world is actually getting better
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    Earlier this year, video emerged of a new iPhone feature, long before it was released. It showed the phone creating a magical portal in the middle of a city street. And now that’s arrived.

    Apple’s new technology, named ARKit, seemed to arrive at the perfect time. It works by imposing bright virtual objects into the real world – at a time when reality has never seemed darker.

    The feature is the kind of world-changing technology that’s on a par with the introduction of the iPhone 10 years ago, Tim Cook tells The Independent. And Apple is standing at the front of it, he says – as another, perhaps more literal, aspect of its long-standing mission to make the world better and a bit more magic.

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