Goodbye to fingerprint sensor: There will be no more iPhone with Touch ID -


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Friday, 13 October 2017

Goodbye to fingerprint sensor: There will be no more iPhone with Touch ID

The iPhone X may go on sale later and be delayed , but its ancestry in design and innovation is going to be noticeable next year. Without going any further, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, all the iPhone in 2018 will not have Touch ID . In return, the Face ID will be a consolidated reality.

According to Kuo, Apple has decided to face recognition as its method of authentication par excellence for all the advantages it implies against the fingerprint sensor and in addition, as a competitive advantage against its Android rivals , whose face recognition is so little reliable that can be fooled with a forum of card .

Also, Android have already put the batteries to try to integrate their own interpretation of Face ID , but probably will cost a couple of years to do as safe as Apple. And the technology of the sensor TrueDepth is the real jewel of the crown of the iPhone X.

Therefore, it is expected that all iPhone 2018 do not have fingerprint sensor but its screen will be virtually infinite except for that peculiar bow (or ears) where TrueDepth is located, which in addition to enabling facial recognition, also allows apps of AR, the animojis and effects in the photographs. Our doubt is whether it will also be integrated in the iPhone SE second part, if there is one.

These predictions from KGI Securities analyst clash head-on with Apple's software chief Craig Federighi , who recently confessed that perhaps Apple is not yet ready to leave the Touch ID and that perhaps screen integration is the next step. However, both agree that Face ID is the future. Playing Ming-Chi Kuo?

Via | Macrumors 

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