There is plenty we don’t know about the next iPhone, but the puzzle pieces are beginning to come together as leaks continue to make their way online. Speaking of, MacRumors detailed a report from Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis, Thomas O’Malley, and Baylie Harris on Thursday which claims that the iPhone 12 models will feature a “refreshed” front-facing TrueDepth camera system that could lead to improved Face ID. No further details were provided, but as this year is expected to be a significant leap forward for Apple’s smartphone line, it would make sense for the device’s tentpole security system to receive an upgrade too. After all, even if Touch ID does make a triumphant return, it likely won’t be until 2021 at the earliest. Beyond the Face ID refresh, the analysts also predict that the rear-facing camera system on the iPhone 12 Pro will feature 3D time-of-flight (ToF) capabilities, which has been repeatedly popping up in rumors for months . There are a variety of uses for ToF cameras, but Apple is said to be interested in utilizing the technology for enhanced augmented reality (AR) experiences.