Apple’s Touch ID button is again the subject of an iPhone rumor.
New York: A media report said that US tech giant Apple is planning to get rid of the physical Touch ID button below the screen and directly combine with it the biometric functionality for its 2017 iPhone model.
Than users will need to press on the designated Touch ID area and will feel a slight vibration when the feature is activated. While the sources didn’t say exactly where the Touch ID feature would go.
On Friday in business magazine Fortune.com reported that Touch ID, which analyses a fingerprint to ensure the owner is actually using it, is the establishment for the company’s Apple Pay mobile payments service. Touch ID is used to unlock iOS devices, safeguard app data, safeguard app data, and many more. While the iPhone Safari browser, in the upcoming iOS 10 releasing this fall, Touch ID will also be used for users to make mobile purchases.
Definitely, Apple has not commented on its future plans and in cares its company policy, discard to release details on those plans until it holds a special press broadcasting them.
The 2017 iPhone is replacing the current standard of metal body design with new design of a glass inclusion.
Next year, the report included Apple Could also offer iPhone model sporting a curved screen that would come with a organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology, that has not still been offered in an iPhone.