Apple is mulling the introduction of subscreen Face ID and Touch ID technology into iPhones

Apple engineers are considering the possibility of using a backscreen fingerprint sensors and facial recognition systems. This was announced by well-known journalist Mark Gurman.

According to rumors, Apple has analyzed the work of the sub-screen options in test samples and came to the conclusion about the appropriateness of their use in the new models of smartphones. The use of this solution will allow to remove the unsightly protrusion on the top of the screen. However, no one will rush with this, of course, and therefore wait for innovations already in the iPhone 13 is not worth it.

As for the approximate release date of sub-screen solutions, Barclays expects them to appear in about a year. It's possible that the base devices will only get built-in Touch ID, while the sub-screen Touch ID will be the domain of the Pro-versions of the iPhone.