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Apple will add Touch ID to the iPhone 14 – the bangs will remain

A new report in Bloomberg by Mark Gurman suggests that the iPhone 13 update will focus on camera, processor and display improvements. At the same time, the company can slightly reduce the bangs. One of the models of the upcoming iPhone 2021 will receive an LTPO display.

Also, the analyst, citing anonymous sources, says that Apple may resort to introducing a built-in fingerprint in the new iPhone 14. At the same time, the bangs of new devices will decrease, but will not disappear completely.

This confirms early rumors about the availability of two technologies: Face ID and Touch ID in future iPhones. It looks like Apple has delayed this feature until 2022 due to device tests.

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The introduction of Touch ID in new devices is necessary, because although Face ID is convenient, it is not always possible to use it: for example, if you are wearing a mask or the phone is on the table, you have to resort to entering a passcode or use Apple Watch unlock.

Source: Bloomberg

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