Apple's iPhone 13 could see Touch ID coming back

12 Pro CMOS sensors may come on non Pro iPhone 13 models this year

The iPhone 12 Pro Max is a legitimate camera beast, thanks to its superior imaging hardware and a ton of professional-grade features to make the most of it. With that, the tech giant is increasing the high-end model's production for the March quarter raising by adding two million units. The same information was confirmed in a previous report from earlier this month.

According to Mashable, while replying to Nikias Molina's tweet, L0vetodream said that Touch ID will 'be back soon.' Since no other model on Apple's has Touch ID apart from the 2020 iPhone SE, it's obvious the tipster was referring to the upcoming Apple iPhone 13. Aside from covering the latest news, I've reviewed my fair share of devices ranging from smartphones and laptops to smart home devices. Additionally, the iPad Mini 6 will be the first Apple product to feature an in-display fingerprint scanner.

The iPhone 12 Max Pro was the first to boast sensor-shift stabilization on its Wide camera lens.

Looking at the 3D render, this iPad mini 6 has a higher screen-to-body ratio. That means it'll have a hard time breaking through into the mainstream, like the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and AirPods.

On January 15, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg claimed that Apple didn't plan any major updates this year and its engineers considered the 2021's iPhones an upgrade of the iPhone 12 lineup. "Both devices have 6.1" screens with starting prices of $599 and $499, respectively, while the iPhone 12 mini costs at least $699.

The Morgan Stanley note also reveals iPhone 12 - the more affordable non-Pro model - performed better in China than in the United States.

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