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We have some bad news about iPhone 8

iPhone 8
We have some bad news about iPhone 8
As per the recently leaked images of what they say is the iPhone 8's chassis. There are no parts inside, but what it reveals is disturbing. What I personally and many of the readers don’t like in smartphone is the fingerprint sensors sitting behind the phone.

As per the leaked photo, fingerprint reader will be sitting below the Apple logo on the rear panel is a hole, ostensibly reserved for a physical fingerprint sensor.

To be clear, there's no telling whether the iPhone 8 chassis in the picture, which was earlier reported on by BGR, is the real deal, a fabrication, or just one of many prototypes Apple is testing. However, it comes with several hallmarks that suggest it could be close to the real thing.

In the leaked photo, the rear panel includes a vertically aligned dual-lens camera, similar to those we've seen in several recent leaks. Additionally, the Apple logo appears to be placed in the right location. The chassis is decidedly not a final product but appears to come in the same size and frame as several recent leaks.

If Apple is indeed planning a fingerprint sensor on the back, it would come after months of speculation that the company would bake the fingerprint sensor directly into the display. However, recent reports have said that Apple is having trouble getting that virtual sensor to work properly, ultimately leading the company to either fix the problem or find another place for the sensor.

While a fingerprint sensor on the back makes sense, some other reports have said that Apple could add a Touch ID sensor to one of the physical buttons on the side, allowing it to keep a sleek finish without needing to add a hole for a fingerprint sensor on the back.

In some of the other reports, it was suggested that Apple is going to ditch the fingerprint sensor and for the security, it will move to the Irish and Face Recognition system. As per the report, Apple is said to be working on a front 3D-scanning feature that would scan a person's face to allow them access to the iPhone. It might also be used to verify purchases, similar to the fingerprint sensor.

We'll find out what Apple has planned in September when the company is expected to hold a press event unveiling the device.

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