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The 2020 iPhone is rumored to feature an in-display Touch ID system, which, even if pushed back to 2021, would work in tandem with Face ID.
Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting that the 2021 iPhone will offer both Touch ID, via an in-display scanner, and Face ID security options.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the huge difference between Samsung's camera and the one in the Huawei Mate 30, Touch ID to come and more
Several reports talk about the possibility of at least one full-screen Apple iPhone that would ditch the notch and adopt an in-display Touch ID sensor.
Several reports from China surfaced recently, suggesting that Apple will release a Touch ID-enabled iPhone, without Face ID, specifically for China.
A recent report is trying to anticipate some of the key features of the 2020 iPhones, mentioning a possible return of the Touch ID.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possibility of seeing Touch ID back in future iPhones, Galaxy Note 10 colors and more.
Qualcomm has slowly been developing ultrasonic fingerprint sensing technology for years. Apple has its own take in a new patent. Is Touch ID back?
The new WhatsApp update for iPhone brings the ability to lock down your application and require Face ID or Touch ID to unlock it.
On our show this week, another edition of #Bendgate, hopes redux or hopes reduced for Touch ID's comeback and Cydia shuts down.
This is what we could've gotten from Apple is they had finally decided to give us Face ID, and Touch ID, plus a possible Apple Watch with Face ID might come
Joshua Vergara brings out his Backstreet Boy... again. But we also go back into the eternal battle of the notch, Apple design and 5G.
Apple has found a way to introduce fingerprint sensors in the display of their iPhone models, maybe in a not so distant future
A 4-inch iPhone SE 2 may well be right around the corner, according to yet another semi-reliable source, but the original's headphone jack is reportedly a goner.
It's a modest upgrade from the original iPhone SE for a two-year cycle, but there's plenty of intrigue going into the politics around it.
The iPhone X, being the expensive device it is, may get shared among two trusting people. Wouldn't it be great to get multi-user Face ID capabilities?
Through sheer will, Apple was able to bring a phone that we've been tracking for a 2018 release to today. Not much consequence to talk about.
HTC puts out two more phones for the end of 2017, each with their high points. But the elephant on our show here is the Razer Phone.
A Touch ID sensor that would work under the display was never part of the plans for the iPhone X, Apple's hardware development head said.
No turning back, no waiting and seeing. Face ID technology should replace Touch ID fingerprint recognition on the entire 2018 iPhone family.
It's not going to be easy for technologies similar to Apple's Face ID to go mainstream, but Android smartphone makers are definitely interested.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo believes that it will take Google or whoever else two-and-a-half years to get up to Apple's TrueDepth level.
Whatever the case may be for Apple's $999 price tag, it does come with a few strings attached from carriers to Face ID. Cook eases it all off with an interview.