If the latest speculation is to be trusted, we’re still three months and one day away from Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 13 family announcement. Of course, that’s not stopping one of the world’s most reliable sources of “iRumors” from already revealing some of the key selling points of next year’s iPhone 14 series and third-gen iPhone SE.
“Some” iPhone 14 models “may” revive Touch ID
In-display fingerprint recognition has been a thing on Android phones for a very long time
A 6.1-inch screen could be the new “mini” starting next year, while the 6.7-inch size will no longer equal ultra-high-end specifications.
That’s because the iPhone 14 family should include two “compact” 6.1-inch members and two jumbo-sized 6.7-inch models, which most likely means the state-of-the-art screen-embedded Touch ID fingerprint sensors will be reserved for the two Pro variants.
The iPhone 12 mini hasn’t exactly been a smash hit
Obviously, that’s not etched in stone yet, and depending on things like production yields and component costs, Apple could still decide to expand the feature to a third model or further restrict it to just one.
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iPhone SE (2020)