Apple is preparing to launch a flash system in its upcoming iPhones that would allow for a flash to flash on and off, without needing to be plugged into a charger.
Apple is planning to release a flash for the iPhone X, a device that will feature a front-facing camera.
It will also be able to record video from the camera without the need for a camera flash.
The company said that the new flash will be compatible with existing iPhones.
It was not clear when the new Flash might be released, or whether Apple plans to launch it as a separate accessory.
The technology is similar to that that used in the company’s flash camera, which has been in use for a few years in the iPhone 7 and iPhone X lineup.
The iPhone 7 Plus is the first iPhone to use a front facing camera, and it was unveiled in November.