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Apple Event 2018 Question 1: Which Features Have Been Killed by New iPhones

[2018-09-12 09:00:00]

Apple’s iconic smartphone has sometimes removed beloved features to make way for the features of the future. The latest example was 2016’s removal of the headphone jack, which drove certain users up the wall but was followed by the introduction of one of Apple’s most popular products, the AirPods. This creative destruction will once again rear its head during the September 12 iPhone keynote, most likely with the full retirement of Touch ID to make way for Face ID.The circular thumbprint reader that has been below the display of Apple’s handsets since the 2015 release of the iPhone 5S will likely take its curtain call this year. All three iPhones that are expected to take the spotlight at the Steve Jobs Theater are anticipated to use facial recognition to unlock, making the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus the final models to use a fingerprint sensor as security.... Apple Event 2018 Question 1: Which Features Have Been Killed by New iPhones

Apple Event 2018 Question 1: Which Features Have Been Killed by New iPhones


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