Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 plays a much more important role than we thought for Cupertino, because if it finally integrates the Touch ID into the handset it will make it happen that Samsung did not.
Just like everyone else, Dubberly compares Tim Cook's Apple with that of Steve Jobs, pointing out that the company is now second in terms of releasing new features and is now trying to keep up with Samsung. As a result, the upcoming iPhone 8 does not have the luxury to just change its design, but a radical upgrading of the device is required, with the on-screen touch ID sensor being a very important feature.
Analysts argue that Samsung has raised the bar significantly higher with Galaxy S8 and Apple will not be able to impress buyers around the world with a simple iPhone design renewal.
As a result, Samsung has become the leader in design innovation and Apple has to be substantially improved in terms of features. If he succeeds in integrating it touch ID the screen will be the winner, especially because the rival South Korean company has failed to incorporate the feature.
However, Apple is said to have difficulty deciding the location of the fingerprint sensor and that is why the company withdrew its mass production for a month.
The company is believed to be thinking of giving up the Touch ID entirely, and instead using 3D face recognition using cameras placed on the sensor bar at the top of the screen.
The iPhone 8 will be released in September, but the device could actually be featured in November due to this match with the ID Touch sensor.
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