Apple iPhone 13 will not ship with a built-in TouchID sensor


In recent months, there has been speculation that Apple is testing next-gen technology to place the TouchID (fingerprint) sensor under the phone’s screen and it could happen with the iPhone 13 series of the series. 2021 in 2021.

September is usually the month of the year we see the launch of a new line of iPhones and now a new report has emerged that Apple is not yet ready with a biometric sensor under the display and FaceID will be the one. main security feature of iPhone 13, reported Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who is always right about new Apple products.

Gurman added that Apple has a long-term goal of using FaceID in iPhones in the future. We can expect an advanced version of the facial recognition system that hides behind the screen without any opaque components that create the notch that we see in the current crop of iPhones.

And inexpensive iPhones can be equipped with onscreen TouchID technology. It certainly helps Apple to offer iPhones in different price segments with limited changes to attract consumers.

Currently in India, Apple offers iPhones in a wide price range, starting with the iPhone SE (2020), which has a nostalgic TouchID sensor and yet houses a powerful A13 Bionic chipset with the iPhone XR, the iPhone 11, and iPhone 12, 12 Pro series.

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Can we expect an iPhone SE (2021 or 2022) with an on-screen TouchID sensor? We may have to wait a few months to find out what Apple has in store for us.

So what happens in the fall event of September 2021?
The latest reports indicate that Apple, in addition to the new iPhone 13 series, will unveil the new Watch Series 7 and the standard 9th generation iPad as well as the 7th generation iPad mini.

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