iPhone 12 may bring back Touch ID in 2020

ByAdan Flannigan 2019-09-06 1319

If Apple repeats the launch of the new iPhone release model seems to be repeating, next year's new iPhone may eventually become the iPhone 12 series, not the iPhone 11s series. As Apple fans will undoubtedly recall, Apple has re-used the same iPhone design for three consecutive years, as it is now. The iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 smartphones are almost identical, and the company skipped the "7s" and entered the iPhone 8 directly in 2017. Now, the upcoming iPhone 11 is forming almost exactly the same state. iPhone X and iPhone XR / XS series smartphones for the past two years.

 iPhone 12 Touch ID


As in 2016, the iPhone 11 will differentiate itself with a new rear camera and a new finish, but the design is essentially unchanged. This may pave the way for next year's new iPhone 12, and the latest report from Apple's upcoming 2020 iPhone model suggests that they may be a brand new digital upgrade, not an "S".


When Apple introduced Face ID on iPhone X, the company said that face recognition is the future of biometric authentication on its mobile device, and Touch ID has been completed. Of course, anyone who knows Apple knows that company managers like to state things clearly and then completely reverse them. Does the iPhone support third-party applications? Pff. The display is larger than 4 inches iPhone? Never. Etc., etc.


People panic when people hear that the new iPhone model no longer includes the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. For many users, Face ID works very well, but there are still some people who don't have much luck and prefer Touch ID. In fact, many people decide not to upgrade to iPhone X, iPhone XR or iPhone XS because they don't have a Touch ID. This is a huge obstacle for many people there, but if Bloomberg's latest report is implemented, this may not be a problem.


The news site said Apple is currently working on a display fingerprint sensor that may launch a new iPhone model next year. The technology is said to be tested at Apple and overseas unnamed vendor facilities and may fall to 2021 instead of the new iPhone model next year.


Many people want to know why Apple decided not to use the Touch ID in the display from the beginning. The answer is simple: the current display fingerprint sensor is stinky. They only read the fingerprint on a small area near the bottom of the screen and have no tactile targets, just like on the physical home button with a fingerprint scanner. Therefore, you must look at the display to see where your finger is placed, so it takes longer to unlock your phone. This is a bad user experience and it's easy to see why Apple decided to oppose it.


So why is Apple now developing an iPhone with a fingerprint sensor? Bloomberg’s report doesn’t mention this, but early reports are more detailed. Obviously, Apple is working on developing technology that increases the size of the touch target and fundamentally occupies the entire bottom of the screen. In this way, you can see where you put your finger without looking at your phone, but you can touch it at any position in the lower half to give or accept. The result will be an infinitely better user experience we're seeing on Android phones.

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