Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Fingerprint reader for the new iPhone

A KGI Securities analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo has made some predictions about the products that Apple could introduce in this year 2013. Among them were several iPhone models, as well as a full line of iPad with Retina Display screens. Of course, this means that we will see products that might be called iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPad Mini iPad second generation or fifth generation.

A patent hints at fingerprint reader for the next generation of iPhone

These predictions of the analyst, the presence of a possible fingerprint reader for Apple's next smartphones. At first glance, this may seem strange, but if we will go deeper into the information that is not so farfetched.

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Let's see. It turns out that Apple has purchased the company AuthenTec sensors by no less than 356 million dollars, with a specific goal in mind. Apparently, after buying rushed to sell encryption division of the company, keeping only the sensor division thereof.

From there, the fingerprint sensor would be located just below the Home button. Thus, the terminal would clean design of irregularities, resulting equally familiar to any user. This is something that Android handsets have quite more difficult to implement, since the area of ​​the device usually has three buttons available.

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The main applications of this sensor fingerprint as you can imagine: user authentication, direct access to applications as we put the finger, password manager ... nothing spectacular, but it can be easily integrated into the iOS interface if they want to designers .

What do you think of this rumor? Do you think we will see the fingerprint sensor models in the next iPhone?

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