Report: Apple working on new iPhone screens with fingerprint scanners built

Monday, 22 June 2015
Apple is working on new, in-house touch and display drivers That will allow it to integrate fingerprint scanners into STI HD Retina displays, a new report claims. The move Apple to finally allow Could Eliminate the physical home button in pursuit of prettier iPhones.

A big complaint about the iPhone design Is That That bezels surround the display STIs are too thick. For instance, the iPhone 6 Plus is much larger than rival handsets With the same-sized display -: such as the LG G3 and G4 - thanks to the bigger borders around STI screen ....
                                They are there to accommodate most home button of the iPhone, and Apple is not able to remove it without also removing Touch ID - unless you can build fingerprint scanners on the screen itself. And that's exactly what sources say the supply chain that the company is working.
                                                  "Apple is internally developing integration and touch screen controller (TDDI) single-chip solutions for their iPhones, according to industry sources in Taiwan IC design," reports DigiTimes.

"Solutions TDDI single chip will also come with integrated fingerprint sensors, sources told The integrated design fit into future designs of iPhone -. Models with ultra thin and ultra small screens, and with a flat design eliminate all button start ".
                               Apple has designed its own chipsets optimized for iOS devices, so this certainly seems reasonable, or they can move in because of the advantages it could bring. But removing the iPhone home button would be an important step, as it has existed for so long and works so well.

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