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For iPhone and Mac?  Apple patents show with built-in Touch and Face ID

For iPhone and Mac? Apple patents show with built-in Touch and Face ID

Apple’s Phil Schiller introduced the iPhone X with Face ID in 2017. (Image dpa)

Apple has patented a display that would integrate a combination of Touch ID and Face ID into future iPhones or Macs. A similar patent application was recently announced.

It has long been speculated Apple Touch ID And Face-ID all together on the screen for the next iPhone compact. The rumor mill is currently starting to boil, because the US Patent Authority (USPTO) has approved my two patent applications from Apple in the past few days to deal with this issue. In addition, the knowledgeable Bloomberg journalist usually has Mark Gorman reportsApple is currently working on making Face ID available for cheaper Mac, iPad, and iPhone devices in the coming years.

Real Depth Camera Ultra Thick For Macbook Screens

So far, the device required for Face-ID has been specifically applied to Macbooks true depth of camera Too thick for use in narrow device screens. When it comes to fingerprint scanners, some smartphone manufacturers have already installed them behind the screen of their devices. However, the results were not entirely convincing. It seems that Apple, which already has several patents for the fingerprint sensor, wants to go one step further.

a few days ago Published patent application “Optical transmission through a screen, reception, or sensing through micro-optical elements” describes Apple, and how visible light and other electromagnetic waves can pass through the screen to the sensors behind it. It’s supposed to be this way It’s called, through the many transparent holes in the panel. The human eye should not be able to perceive these small apertures, so image quality should not be affected. As a result, the entire screen can be used with Face ID and Touch ID.

Apple: On-screen image recognition sensor

another one Apple patent (“Electronic Screen Imaging Device Display”) was posted by the USPTO last week. It comes with a sensor built directly into the screen. Thanks to the built-in image capture, the screen should be able to read fingerprints. In order to be able to use the sensor for facial recognition, Apple will have to install additional components such as an infrared display device, such as . notes. This sensor then also enables Face ID in Macbook screens.

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