While concepts already imagine what the iPhone 12S could look like, more serious sources are counting this time on its technical improvements. Today it is about the well known Wall Street Journal, little stingy in the matter and considered quite reliable in this regard. Indeed, the media claims that Touch ID is well and truly back.
No wonder, of course, because we can already enjoy it on the second generation iPhone SE (technical sheet). No, what changes here is rather the very place of the sensor since it would be installed directly under the screen. What to continue to offer less thick borders, even with a notch still prominent above.
The tests would have started
In its article, the Wall Street Journal assures that two Apple employees have confirmed the existence of such a system on their premises. It would thus be put to the test internally, and this in the greatest of discretion as is tradition at Cupertino.
However, it is impossible to know more for the moment, but there is no doubt that the solution could be emulated by iPhone users. Indeed, many are keen on their confidentiality and are therefore quite reluctant to have to scan their face to unlock their device.