Apple is planned to Integrate Touch ID into the OLED screen on the new iPhone

Apple is expected to launch two types of new iPhone this year, iPhone is one of the next flagships in 2017. The screen will see the most important changes as the iPhone 8 is tipped to have an OLED display that will occupy the most part of the front side. That means Apple had to find a way to remove the home button without losing any features, especially the Touch ID fingerprint sensor scanner needed to unlock the phone, log into apps, take a picture and all.

According to the report that Apple has found a way to integrate Touch ID into the OLED screen on iPhone, the similar things are highlighted by Timothy Atcuri from Cowen that Apple ignored both Synaptics’ Natural ID touch fingerprint sensor and Qualcomm’s Sense ID tech for the OLED iPhone.

Instead, the ‘Authentech algorithm and Privaris’ glass identification technology to create a new fingerprint ID solution. Last week released report explained that the Touch ID sensor may be shifted to the rear side of the iPhone 8.

Apple may announce the iPhone 8 along with the other two 4.7 inches and 5.5-inch iPhones, bu the major reason for the delay is their production. Surely, Apple will make something special for the 10th anniversary iPhone and they will not be looking to sacrifice any feature, and the price starts at $1000. Then the device will truly similar to Galaxy S8.