Apple launches its "Flagship Killer," iPhone 8 this year, alongside iPhone 7s, the successor of iPhone 7 lines. Fans all over the globe have waited long for the official release of these two iPhones.
The iPhone 8 will feature several never-been-before-seen functionalities, according to Yahoo Tech. In a recent report, the iPhone 8 will have some changes on its front side and that includes an OLED display. If the reports were true, then Apple would surely find a way to remove its home button without sacrificing any features that come with it.
The touch ID fingerprint sensor scanner, however, plays a major part in the iPhone as it unlocks the phone logs into apps or services as well as enables Apple Pay. Meanwhile, Apple will surely keep that way.
In addition, with the Apple's great teams and brilliant ideas, it has found a way to integrate the Touch ID Fingerprint sensor scanner into the OLED screen. Now revealing the Touch ID Fingerprint sensor scanner, it will be based on a high level of innovation.
According to BGR, the new Touch ID technology will be built on ultrasound, which will read the user's fingerprint instead of just the Touch functionality of the iPhone. Furthermore, Apple is amazing using its own authentic algorithm and Privaris' glass identification technology so fingerprint ID solution will function. They have at least one patent that enables such technology to work on mobile devices such as their iPhone.
Other reports claimed that because of the redesigned fingerprint ID solution for the new iPhone 8, the new flagship will be officially released sometime in September. The low supply of the 10nm chip might also affect the production of the new iPhone.
The Touch ID component of the iPhone will be built by the same company who builds Apple's chips for the 2017 iPhones. On the other hand, the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will start its production sometime in July.