Apple iPhone XI To Have Full Screen Touch ID
Apple’s upcoming flagship smartphones have been a centrepiece of leaks and rumours for quite some time now. Going by previous leaks, the smartphones will feature triple rear camera sensors which may be set up in a triangular fashion. However, the latest revelations have nothing to do with the device’s camera. Instead, information regarding the biometric security has been leaked, and it divulges that the Apple iPhone XI may have a full screen Touch ID integration.
Apple iPhone XI Leaked Details
As per sources, Apple’s upcoming smartphones will resemble the design factor of their predecessors, with the major difference being the additional rear camera lens. Furthermore, 3D touch functionality will be removed from the 2019 iPhones, which indicates that the company may introduce a Haptic Touch feature in its handsets.
Reportedly, all the iPhones will be transitioned to OLED displays in the year 2020, with LG becoming the secondary supplier of the same, reports state. The company will reportedly step-up the production of the next-generation iPhones in the months of July and/or August. As mentioned previously, the iPhone XI series will incorporate support for 5G connectivity in addition to 3D sensing in the rear camera. The highlight of the leaks, however, is the acoustic fingerprint sensor, which will enable fullscreen Touch ID capability in the smartphone. If and when this happens, the Apple iPhone XI will be the first smartphone to exhibit the aforementioned feature.
Sources also indicate that Apple may also launch a budget iPhone SE 2, which will be based on the lines of the iPhone 8. The popular Apple iPhone XR is also expected to receive an upgrade, which will bump up the RAM capacity from 3GB to 4GB along with updated chipset and dual cameras.
In light of other leaks, the 2019 iPhones may sport a frosted glass casing and an improved battery capacity. Moreover, “bilateral charging” feature may make its way to the new devices, which will function similarly to the Reverse Wireless Charging feature in the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup. Reportedly, the feature will allow users to charge their Apple AirPods and Apple Watch by simply placing them on the back of the iPhone. Going by the company’s launch patterns over the years, Apple will unveil its latest smartphones in the month of September 2019.