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iPhone 13 series to feature in-display fingerprint sensors: Report

By: Abhishek Malhotra, The Mobile Indian , New Delhi Last updated : January 18, 2021 5:23 pm

As per a new report, the upcoming iPhone 13 series devices will feature in-display fingerprint sensors.
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iPhone 13 will be Apple's next generation iPhones that should be launching around the same time as every year and we have already started seeing some leaks regarding the fingerprint of the device. 

 

As per a Bloomberg report, upcoming Apple iPhone 13 devices will bring back the fingerprint scanner which the manufacturer ditched back in iPhone X days. But this time, it will be implemented in the form of an under-display fingerprint sensor, as seen on most of the Android devices these days. 

 

This doesn't mean that iPhone 13 will not have Face-ID as it is tipped to feature a similar sized notch as seen on older iPhones and even the newest iPhone 12 series. This means Apple might give an option to the user if they want to use the Face-ID or the fingerprint, or maybe even both. 

 

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The report further adds that Apple will ditch the charging port on the high-end models, presumably the Pro models of iPhone 13 making it a port-less device and keeping the magsafe accessories and other wireless chargers as the only resort for charging the devices. 

 

It will also be intriguing to see how Apple solves the problem of syncing the devices with PCs and for backing up data as a cable and a port play the only major role when someone wants to transfer their data to their PC machines. 

 

Earlier leaks for the iPhone 13 have revealed that the devices are said to have OLED displays. The 4 models should include iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. 

 

The iPhone 13 mini will feature a 5.4-inch 60Hz LTPS OLED display, the iPhone 13 should feature a 6.1-inch 60Hz LTPS OLED display, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature 6.1-inch 120Hz LTPO OLED and 6.7-inch 120Hz LTPO OLED displays respectively. 


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