Apple iPhone 13 Under-screen Touch-ID Might Missing as Apple Focus on in-display Face ID for Next Generation

Apple iPhone 13 Under-screen Touch-ID

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Apple iPhone 13 Under-screen Touch-ID

According to the past practices, Apple will hold a product launch conference in September, tentatively scheduled on September 15-17th to unveil iPhone 13 Series phones. Previously, it is rumored that Apple iPhone 13 Under-screen Touch-ID is in work, but a recent report from Mark Gurman, Apple will not launch under-screen fingerprint Touch ID technology in this year’s iPhone 13, the company’s long-term goal is to integrate Face ID face recognition sensor into the screen.

While Apple had tested in-screen Touch ID for the next flagship iPhones, it won’t cut this year. I believe Apple is all-in on Face ID for its higher-end iPhones and its long-term goal is to implement Face ID in the display itself.

Mark Gurman

The source said that although Apple has tested the under-screen Touch ID technology for the next generation of flagship iPhones, it will not be able to meet the target this year. He believes Apple will push the Face ID technology in higher-end versions of the iPhone, with the long-term goal of integrating Face ID into the screen.

In the future, Apple may take two strategies in Face ID and Touch ID technology: one is that the more expensive models may support under-screen Face ID, while the low-end version will place Face ID in the notch cutout; the other is that the high-end models also support under-screen Face ID, but the low-end models will use under-screen Touch ID.

There was news that Apple is testing under-screen fingerprint technology on the iPhone, but the iPhone 13 will not be used, while the next generation of the iPhone 14 is likely to take the lead in using it so that you can abandon the bangs screen troubles.

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