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Apple could have used pinhole-sized sensors in display to keep Touch ID on the iPhone X

[2019-05-16 15:16:00]

Before the introduction of the iPhone X and Face ID, Apple was considering ways to implement Touch ID on a smartphone without using an externally visible fingerprint reader, with one technique involving a series of pinholes in the display panel that could allow a fingerprint to be captured through the screen.

Apple could have used pinhole-sized sensors in display to keep Touch ID on the iPhone X


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