New iPhone rumors point to a comeback for Touch ID, but is it needed? Apple’s next iPhone needs more than Touch ID to remain competitive. Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani talk to Karen Roby in a Face ID face-off. Read more: https://zd.net/2xqKX9T It’s the beginning of iPhone speculation season! We don’t know exactly when Apple plans to have its fall iPhone event, but traditionally, its happened in either late September or early October. So we have about 8 weeks, realistically speaking before we know the real details about what Apple’s new smartphone flagship is all about. Also: iPhone 11 rumors: Price, specs, features and everything else we know CNET CNET Best Phones for 2019 Our editors hand-picked these products based on our tests and reviews. Read More Armchair Apple watchers like myself can only speculate about what features are going to be in the new phone. However, we already have a bunch of clues based on numerous leaks that have originated from Cupertino’s manufacturing partners in Asia as well as some other notable news items from the company’s partners. Iterate much? Many of the iPhone’s upgrades in the last two years have been iterative, especially since the introduction of the FaceID facial recognition technology that has been part of the line since the launch of the iPhone X — it’s now in every current generation phone the company sells, the XR, the XS, and the XS Max. The iPhone X was a radical departure from iPhone 7 and iPhone 8: the… [Read full story]
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