Instead, the Cupertino-based tech giant will use a punch-hole display similar to the one used by Samsung on its flagship devices.
People familiar with the matter have previously suggested that Touch ID could also make a comeback on the iPhone in one way or another, but according to recent information, this isn’t going to happen.
@dylandkt says on Twitter that Apple is unlikely to bring back the fingerprint sensor on iPhone 14, which means that people who were waiting for Touch ID to be embedded into the screen just need to wait a little bit more.
Still betting big on Face ID
Apple has allegedly considered bringing back Touch ID to new-generation iPhones, but most likely, the company isn’t just yet ready to do this.
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