Apple will be unveiling its new iPhones in the next couple of months at the Annual September Launch event. We will get to see new features being added along with a newer design to appease the fans. According to recent reports, Apple will be removing Face ID from its upcoming iPhones that will be manufactured in 2020 and instead will have an in-screen Touch ID.
We will be witnessing a completely new iPhone with an under-screen camera which has never been seen before. Also, there will no notch or Face ID, like the current lineup of iPhones. The Touch ID 2 will be implemented in the 2020 iPhones, which will basically be an advanced version of Touch ID and this fingerprint authentication system will be aligned across the entire screen of the device.
This could be very similar to how Samsung has implemented the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the display of Galaxy S10 smartphone. What’s even more surprising is that Apple will developing its very own Touch ID technology without any kind of partnership with third-party hardware suppliers.
This could possibly mean that at least one of the iPhones in the 2020 line-up will come without a notch on the display. It would be interesting to see how this phone will fare without the Face ID which is considered to be 20 times more safer and more secure than the Touch ID feature.
Apple is expected to launch three new iPhone 11 models this year which would be the last ones to include a Face ID. But we are not sure about the 2020 iPhones as there is no official announcement from Apple regarding the same.