As soon as the iPhone 12 is on sale, there are already people who can’t wait to share the iPhone 13 revelations – if it works, the next iPhone 13 may have a touch ID fingerprint + face ID biometric sensor at the same time. Apple may have been working on a prototype of the iPhone 13 in its own secret laboratory, given that manufacturers usually start working on new models a year earlier. < / P > < p > looking back a few months before the launch of the iPhone x, there were a lot of rumors that the opportunity to replace the cut-off touch ID sensor with off-screen fingerprints. However, near September 2017, the explosive heat of face ID began to exceed. < / P > < p > however, with the global health crisis of covid-19, the wearing of personal protection users has brought people back to reality again – face ID cannot accurately identify the 3D face under the mask, forcing many iPhone users to use pin code to unlock. Since the rise of the concept of off screen fingerprint sensor, manufacturers have mainly divided into optical and ultrasonic identification. But at its first fall launch last month, Apple introduced a touch ID sensor solution for the iPad air 4 that integrates power keys. < / P > < p > this solution has proven to be effective during the covid-19 pandemic. But when the iPhone 12 was launched, it was obvious that no one expected that the global health crisis would last so long. < / P > < p > the good news is that apple can, at least from now on, consider reintroducing touch ID for a new generation of models, whether based on off screen recognition or physical buttons. If so, the iPhone 13 may be the first apple smartphone to be equipped with both touch ID and face ID. < / P > < p > in addition, there are reports that Apple may be developing a bangless iPhone, and it is speculated that the company may consider introducing an under screen hidden front camera and face ID component. The truth remains to be tested. The release and download schedule of Microsoft Flight Simulation varies from region to region

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