Apple users are upset: iPhone 14 won't have the expected feature!

Apple has experienced a big increase in sales since switching to notched design. In fact, it currently ranks first among all technology companies with $350 million in daily sales revenue. But the iPhone SE (2022), which he introduced earlier this month, has been a huge disappointment for the company when it comes to sales. That's why eyes have been turned to the iPhone 14 series.

Apple will make some changes to this new series, which will be introduced next September-October. For example, by removing its mini model (expected to sell as the iPhone SE 4), it will replace it with a new device called the 14 Max. In addition, pro models will switch to a perforated screen instead of a notch. However, according to the information, an expected feature will not come for the next 2 years.

iPhone 14 will come without Touch ID!

A long-standing rumor that the Touch ID fingerprint reader system will return with iPhone 14 models was reignited earlier this month when Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo posted a patent leak.

But Ming-Chi Kuo said in a previous post that Apple will release the Touch ID idea with the iPhone 15 series for the next two years. Of course, as with these old cases, it pointed to a sensor that would be located under the screen, not on the device.

Of course, there are some claims as to why Apple won't bring the sensor later this year. One is that the company offers a new feature every year and saves it for next year, as this year will bring a notch-free hole screen. Another says that due to the chip crisis, enough under-screen Touch ID sensor production will not grow in the next 6 months.

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