iPhone Won’t Be Coming With Touch ID In The Near Future

 

 

Apple is currently preparing to launch the next generation of the iPhone series. In some reports, the device referred to as the iPhone 14 will introduce major changes in its design and features.

 

One of the leaks that most exciting tech fans are the presence of Touch ID under the screen. As reported by Gizmochina (31/3), this is sticking out after last month Apple filed a patent for an under-display fingerprint reader.

 

Not to mention, a well-known Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, had reported earlier this year that the Cupertino-based company might introduce an iPhone with Touch ID under the screen in 2023. But now he has doubts about that.

 

Kuo even believes that several other iPhone series, including the iPhone 15 and iPhone 16 which are likely to launch in 2023 and 2024 will not have fingerprint sensor support under the screen. Face ID will still be the only biometric option for unlocking the device.

 

As for this year’s big change, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will lose the notch above the display, and will instead have a pill-shaped hole in the screen. The camera sensor is also expected to increase from 12 MP to 48 MP.

 

It is also said that Apple is trying to make the non-Pro and Pro models of the Apple iPhone 14 series significantly different in terms of specifications. As per reports, there will be four models launched this year, namely the iPhone 14, 14 Max, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max.

 

But we have to wait until the end of the year so we know what are the differences between the four variants.

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