Rumor has it that Apple will bring Touch ID back to the iPhone 14 in 2022. However, Face ID doesn't go away. Instead, the future flagship will have two biometric authentication methods in the design.
According to Mark Gorman, the iPhone tested Apple's "in-screen fingerprint scanner" in prototypes this year. Unfortunately this feature will not be ready for the fall version, so Apple is looking to implement it in phones 2022. Gorman sources say that Face ID is still present on the iPhone 14, but it ramps up the sensors. A smaller front camera has been cut. Insiders say Apple intends to scrap the full cut, but details the timing. not involved. Wiping the phone off this terrible cut would be a boon in disguise for those annoyed that the edge-to-edge display isn't an E2E.
Some YouTubers are presenting the iPhone 14 as speculation that if nothing, other things are creative.
Individuals did not know whether users could use two authentication methods at the same time or whether to choose one or the other. Bloomberg has contacted Apple for comment, but a company spokesperson unexpectedly declined to comment. iPhone 14 is over a year old and may change at any time. As always, a healthy dose of sodium chloride leaks from unknown sources like this one.
I was told that I would not be happy to get my Touch ID back. I hate Face ID since day one, and the last pandemic that forced me to wear a mask made me hate it even more. iPhone X Max is the last iPhone I bought for this reason. Even as a secondary option, resetting Touch ID might allow me to upgrade, but we'll have to see if it takes Apple down by 2022.
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Apple insiders reveal iPhone 14 brings Touch ID back 'on-screen' via fingerprint scanner