Apple 'Likely' to Roll Out iPhones With Iris Sensors in 2018

Apple 'Likely' to Roll Out iPhones With Iris Sensors in 2018

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Apple is 'likely' to take its biometric recognition technology even further and debut an iris scanner in the 2018 iPhone, according to a DigiTimes report.

Samsung is expected to lead all vendors by releasing its new flagship smartphone supporting iris recognition technology in the second half of 2016, while Apple is likely to roll out new iPhone devices with iris sensors in 2018, the sources indicated.

Other smartphone makers said to working on developing biometrics technology include: LeEco, Xiaomi Technology and 360 Qiku. Suppliers including Qualcomm, Truly Opto-Electronics, O-film Tech and Beijing IrisKing are also accelerating development of iris and other biometrics recognition solutions, according to the report.

Would you feel comfortable using your iris to secure your iPhone or Mac? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Apple 'Likely' to Roll Out iPhones With Iris Sensors in 2018
addisonsophia - November 10, 2017 at 1:04pm
Was the three-dimensional face detection technology not sufficient in the new iPhone X? Also, I had to request my friends to write my essay for me after being captured by the augmented reality gaming. This iris detection technology will be a game changer for Apple.
clown - July 26, 2016 at 1:08pm
Yea yea , 2020 will have big toe sensors
Great! - July 26, 2016 at 6:32am
So now thieves have to cut off your thumb AND dig out your eye.
SamWilliam260 - July 25, 2016 at 8:51pm
Seriously! an Iris Sensor?? It sounds quite cool and I would die thousand times to buy that phone but, at this moment it seems quite impossible, how they are actually gonna pull this off? Whatever, I have started daydreaming of it and in my dream, I am thinking of myself as an undercover spy ;) @fastassignmenthelp
(>~>) - July 26, 2016 at 4:02am
The Note 7 is supposed to have it also except it will be released in a week not in 2018
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