Although tech giant, Apple is expected to disclose specifications about its upcoming software program updates at WWDC 2021, glimpses of what new updates will be incorporated in iOS 15 have already been leaked.
A recent report published by a French tech outlet iPhoneSoft suggests that iOS 15 will introduce a remodeled Management Middle for iPhones and iPad, further, to assist for twin biometric authentication employing Face ID and Contact ID. The tech report also proposes that the new Management Middle will obtain design concepts from macOS Huge Sur, which comprises assisting for drag and drop customization.
Furthermore, dual biometric authentication, which basically means needing to pass two stages of identification before unlocking particular iPhone functions, according to the report this feature would be exclusive to the iPhone 13. The designed system would require users to verify their biometrics using both Face ID and Touch ID, indicating that the iPhone 13 may become the first iPhone to incorporate both forms of identification.
In addition to it, the Touch ID would be integrated into iPhones with no home button, Apple is expected to include an under-display fingerprint scanner, which would bring the device in line with various Android flagship phones which already employ this feature.
Nevertheless, all these peculiarities and features are to be validated at the upcoming WWDC 2021 but it is expected that all the leaks will mostly be the same thing that would be revealed at Apple’s flagship event. Apple normally inaugurates the new variant of iOS alongside the year’s latest iPhone. This usually occurs in September. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple delayed the launch of the iPhone 12 series until October 2019, but iOS 14 was still released in September 2020.
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