Kuo: Apple delays iPhone with Touch ID behind the screen until 2023 – tablets and phones – news

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote that Apple will likely come with an iPhone with a Touch ID sensor behind the screen in 2023. The Touch ID behind the screen was previously expected in iPhone 2022 phones. Kuo also expects Apple to release a foldable iPhone in 2024.

Kuo said in his latest analysis that users should not expect Apple to put an iPhone with Touch ID behind the screen next year, he writes 9to5Mac. We updated our predictions for the iPhone version with under display The fingerprint scanner has been revised for the second half of 2023.

There have been rumors for some time about the reintroduction of Touch ID in iPhones. A Bloomberg journalist wrote in August that Apple tested the Touch ID sensor behind the screen for iPhone 13But this feature will not be introduced in 2021. Ming Chi Kuo reported in June That Apple is introducing fingerprint scanners in the expected iPhone 14 series, which is supposed to appear in the second half of 2022. Kuo has now modified that prediction.

Kuo also reports in his new report that Apple is delaying the foldable iPhone until 2024 wrote earlier That Apple will launch a foldable iPhone in 2023. The analyst now reports that the development of a foldable iPhone has also been delayed. It was expected that Apple’s first foldable phone would have a screen that tilted from 7.5″ to 8″, and Kuo had previously predicted that Apple would ship 15-20 million.

To clarify: iPhone 13 and 13 mini announced last week

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