The iPhone 13 could contain the long-rumoured under-display Touch ID sensor, according to a Twitter account with a solid record on Apple rumours.
Just days after the launch of the iPhone 12, the L0vetodream account sent out a tweet suggesting the biometric security measure may join Face ID in a future flagship iPhone release.
The tweet on Friday simply read: “MESA uts for iPhone.” As 9to5Mac points out, Mesa is Apple’s internal name for Touch ID, while ‘uts’ means ‘under the screen’.
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