A new report published by Bloomberg makes several considerations regarding the future of Apple’s mobile devices. One of your predictions has to do with the iPhone 13 and the unlock methods available on it.
Touch ID will be back on iPhone 13
Apparently, the beloved Touch ID should return with the new generation of tops, this time with a sensor built into the screen. This will bring the iPhone 13 in line with its main Android competitors.
IPhone fans and users have been calling for the return of the fingerprint sensor for several years. The range of those not satisfied with Face ID is large and these are the ones that give greater impetus to the desire for the return of this biometric authentication technology.
With the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic and the recurrent use of masks, the need for Touch ID has grown exponentially. In fact, this will be one of the main reasons that will lead Apple to reintroduce the fingerprint sensor in its equipment.
Face ID will not disappear from iPhone
Once again, Face ID and Touch ID coexist. Apple will not be ready to give up its acclaimed facial recognition technology, offering its users both options.
This is a sign that notch will not yet disappear from the next generation of smartphones from the American company. Still, it was said that this interruption on the screen will be less on iPhone 13 due to the improvement of some inherent technologies.
An iPhone without ports ever closer
After the launch of MagSafe with the iPhone 12, rumors are growing that Apple is preparing to launch a device without any port. A thesis already reiterated by several sources, including Bloomberg in its new report.
This drastic decision is strongly considered in the executive heart of Apple, and is very close to being realized. The focus of iPhone charging will shift to wireless charging technology, certainly as an impetus for further adoption of MagSafe accessories.
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