In April Apple was granted for a next-gen Touch ID invention wherein the user could touch any part of a device display and not be limited to a button as was the case in the first generation of Touch ID. In late March a patent application from Apple once again showed that their Touch ID engineering team was working on yet another under display scanning methodology for possible use of the next generation of Touch ID. Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that once again advances their research into a future version of Touch ID
View the original article here: Next-Gen Under-the-Display Touch ID could use an Array of Pin Hole Cameras to Capture Biometric Data
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