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Apple Could Still Be Interested In In-Display Fingerprint Sensors

6 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

When Apple introduced Face ID on the iPhones , they ended up removing Touch ID in the process. According to Apple back in 2017, Touch ID was never up for consideration when designing the iPhone X, suggesting that Apple could potentially be done with the tech on its mobile devices for good. The refresh of the 2018 iPad Pros seem to confirm that, but in a report from Patently Apple , Apple could still be interested in fingerprint technology, albeit in the form of in-display sensors. There have been rumors in the past that suggested that the iPhone X could adopt such a feature, but those...
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