Tech News Desk – Apple is going to bring iPhone 15 this year. Ever since the launch of the iPhone 14 series, there were reports about what would be the changes in the company’s next phone. According to reports, there was news that the company is going to bring under-display Face ID with iPhone 15 this year. Now, DSCC expert Ross Young has quashed the rumor saying that Apple has delayed its plans for under-display Face ID by at least a year. This suggests that Apple’s iPhone 17 models in 2025 may get under-display Face ID. The Cupertino-based tech company is expected to bring back the Touch ID feature. With this, users will be able to unlock their phone with fingerprint.
Ross Young said on Twitter that Apple’s plans to bring out an iPhone model with under-display Face ID will be delayed by at least a year, or until 2025 and beyond, due to the sensor. Based on this, it is expected that the iPhone 17 series may come with this new feature. An early leak by The Elec suggested that the company could bring under-display Face ID to the iPhone 16 Pro.
Separately, a new post by South Korean blog Naver says that Apple will use an under-display Touch ID for upcoming iPhone models. The company is said to have made some progress in terms of under-display built-in Touch ID. After 2 to 3 years of bringing under-display Face ID, the technology company is expecting to bring under-screen Touch ID.
The report also states that the system combines shot-wave infrared and optical systems. Apple has got 12 patents related to it. Apart from basic fingerprint recognition, it will also be able to detect nerve patterns of users. It will also be able to measure the blood-oxygen and pulse-rate of the users. The feature will also be able to quickly identify whether the user is wearing gloves or not and depending on the situation whether the user’s fingers are wet or dry.