This week on AI: 3D facial recognition for 'iPhone 8,' Apple Park opening in April & more

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New iPhones may still be 7 months away, but that didn't stop a host of 'iPhone 8' rumors from emerging this week. Apple meanwhile revealed the name and opening date of its new headquarters, Apple Park, and one rumor teased the possibility of an "iPad Pro 2" and more at a March event.

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Everything you need to know:

  • The "iPhone 8" could sport 3D facial recognition > >
  • A March press event might see the debut of an "iPad Pro 2" and a red iPhone 7 > >
  • Curved OLED may be MIA from the "iPhone 8" > >
  • The long-delayed "spaceship" campus is called Apple Park, and opening in April > >
  • Don't expect a Siri equivalent of the Amazon Echo or Google Home > >
  • Apple bought out Israeli facial recognition firm RealFace > >
  • Apple submitted a 14-point appeal of the European Commission's $14 billion tax ruling > >

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