Apple patents the iris scanning technology for use on iPhone 7s
As the world goes on in its bid to continue to generate new technology in the smartphone industry, they are surely not neglecting the aspect of security likewise as they are now looking for new ways to prevent unauthorised access into your device. One of these being the iris scanning technology introduced a while back and setting the phone world agog as regards the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Apple has now joined the race of smartphone makers that wants to patent this technology for use on their next generation devices, according to rumours.
Rumoured to be the successor to the Touch ID sensor formerly used by Apple, this one which could be called something like the Iris ID would bring even secure eye scanning technology aboard the new iPhone 7.
There could also be a new technology in line of face scanning and these biometrics would mist likely be introduced in the year 2017, touted to be when Apple would completely redesign and revamp the whole iPhone and its design entirely. Asides from these biometrics, we have heard that the new design would have an all-glass chassis – containing the components and the front facing FaceTime camera.
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