Apple may have already tested Fingerprint recognition system built into the screen of iPhone 13, But at least this year, it’s likely we won’t be able to see it.
Since Apple abandoned Touch ID in favor of Face ID, many have complained about the change and claim to have returned to using fingerprints as the iPhone’s identification system. Changes are always difficult, Despite the fact that Face ID has proven to be safer, faster, and more comfortable than Touch ID, many people resist it... At least until the mask arrives.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hidden half of our faces for hours of XNUMX days, making Apple’s facial recognition system useless. Apple Watch has improved the unlock system with Face ID, You can unlock your Apple Watch whenever you carry it, so you’re really touching Face ID so much that Apple could change or add a new identification system to your phone.
On Android, there has already been a fingerprint reader at the bottom of the screen for a long time. However, at this time, none of the tested systems can be considered “nearly perfect” in terms of speed, reliability, and safety. Apple has been working on its own system for a long time, but there are also prototypes of the iPhone 13 that include it.However, according to Mark Gurman, it will not be in time for the terminal launch.
Also Apple is working on Face ID integrated into the screenIn other words, it eliminates the “notch” that currently prevents the entire front of the iPhone from becoming the screen. I don’t know how, but in the near future, XNUMX systems may coexist on the iPhone. Perhaps Face ID integrated into the screen of a Pro model only with a regular model that maintains a notch, or Face ID and Touch ID integrated into a Pro with a regular model with Touch ID only.