Apple’s new flagship series will be launched this fall. That should be in 2023 iPhone 15 along with its Pro and Max models. Some information about the new cell phone is already known. As it turns out, not all of them are final. Apparently, all devices of the 2023 series should do without a fingerprint sensor under the display – like that iPhone 14.
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Especially in the smartphone segment, it is not uncommon for the first rumors to be circulating well over a year before publication. They are covered in part by leaks made public by well-known industry observer Ming-Chi Kuo. But even an analyst with Kuo’s experience can sometimes be wrong.
“I predicted that iPhones would not support under-display fingerprint sensor/Touch ID until 2023 at the earliest,” wrote Kuo in a tweet on Wednesday. “But the latest survey shows that new iPhones in 2023 and 2024 may not support under-display Touch ID. Face ID with a mask on iPhone is already an excellent biometrics solution.”
Information about this year’s model has been piling up for a few weeks. However, this does not mean that the iPhone 15 will be forgotten. Similar to the iPhone 14, the model planned for 2023 should also use the advertised punch-hole design instead of a notch. However, it is not yet known how large the holes for the front camera and sensors will be on the device.
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The focus of public attention right now is on the iPhone scheduled for release this fall. For example, the completion of the first prototypes for the iPhone 14 recently made headlines. But users of current devices can also look forward to innovations. We tell you how Apple wants to protect your iPhone even better from now on.
Source: Twitter/Ming-Chi Kuo
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