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Apple expected to release notch-less iPhone as soon as next year

Apple first introduced the notch and Face ID on the iPhone X in 2017.

With the new "rumored" iPhone to be made more affordable for the average consumer, it seems like the makers are trying to assume the role of its competing companies (and iOS) that are renowned for their lineup of both - luxurious and cost-effective smartphones that cater to all types of budget. Since then, two more reports came out detailing Apple's iPhone plans for the coming years that suggest Apple is slowly killing the iPhone's notch, going as far as to claim that Face ID might go away as well. In its place, the device will feature an under-screen front camera and full-screen acoustic fingerprint authentication that could work anywhere on the iPhone's display. That said, the future iPhones in 2021 would completely use an in-screen fingerprint sensor (TouchID preferably), and it is believed that notch would be ditched completely along with FaceID authentication as well, according to the report, regardless this is still speculative. The news outlet also claims that Apple will use its own under-screen fingerprinting technology rather than using a third-party component.

Rumors that Apple will go with an in-display fingerprint scanner have been around for a while; in fact they predate the notch itself. Noted analyst Ming Chi-Kuo - who has an excellent track record regarding Apple related news - has now revealed that the 2020 iPhones may feature in-screen TouchID.

Credit Suisse Group set a $209.00 price target on Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) in a report released on Monday, June 17th, Stock Target Advisor reports. There are also reports of Apple readying a fourth iPhone specifically for China with support for Touch ID.

The new range of iPhones are expected to feature OLED displays with varying screen sizes of 5.4-inches, 6.1-inches and 6.7-inches.

The iPhone Xr and the iPhone Xs, assembled in India by Foxconn at the local plant, are likely to hit the Indian market sometime next month, according to unnamed sources cited by Reuters.

The TrueDepth camera that powers Face ID requires several front-facing sensors that occupy plenty of space, hence the need for a notch. From a security standpoint, Face ID is 20 times more secure than Touch ID as Face ID gives a false positive one out of every million tries and Touch ID returns a false positive in just one out of every 50,000 tries.

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