Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman confirms that Apple will not feature in-screen Touch-id in the anticipated iPhone 13 in today’s Power On newsletter, stating that the corporation has a “long-term ambition” to put the Face ID sensor inside the display.
As a result, despite predictions that Apple will add in-screen Touch-id to its flagship phones virtually every year, it probably will not happen until 2021. Instead, according to Gurman, the firm intends to implement something akin to Samsung’s in-screen camera sensor on the Galaxy Z Fold3.
We actually know a lot about the iPhone 13 so far. According to the recent reports, Apple is expected to have a relatively small notch, a 120Hz refresh rate display, up to 1TB of storage in Pro versions, a rapid A15 CPU, and new camera sensors.In even less than a month, Apple is expected to unveil four new iPhones. This year will also be the final with a tiny model, as the firm’s expectations for the smaller iPhone were not met. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that on-screen Touch-id will be available on iPhones in 2022.