August 21, 2013

How the iPhone 5s Could Change the World

Gareth Beavis, TechRadar

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While the iPhone rumour mill is one of the most confusing things in the world to pick through, the idea that the iPhone 5S will come with a biometric fingerprint scanner is one that won't go away. Apple has spent a fortune buying AuthenTec, a company that specialises in this technology, has multiple patents in the biometric space for the mobile phone and tablet - and, crucially, needs to have something to crow about when it launches the iPhone 5 again and pretends it's an all-new beast.

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