We let you know it was Apple senseless season. The most recent rumor seems pretty obvious: The iPad Air 2 iPad mini 3 and iPhone 6, will all offer Touch ID fingerprint sensors.
The report from a news out of China that claims the first group of Touch ID sensors for the next-generation of Apple tablets and smartphones are already completed.
iPad Air and iPad mini
As reported by cecb2b.com, a Chinese portal targeted on the component industry, Taiwan Semiconductor making Company (TSMC) is providing the fingerprint supplier for Apple.
TSMC is progressively turning into one of Apple’s greatest suppliers. Last July, TSMC and Apple collaborated for the Taiwanese organization to make some of the chips for Apple’s devices. That deal seems to have been made to some extent to lessen Apple’s dependence on Samsung. Despite the fact that Apple design its chipsets, it depends on Samsung to really made them. The relationship between the two organizations is strained, because of the recent unpleasant meetings in court.
Touch ID is one of the greatest feature on the iPhone 5s. While one could contend that it is more useful on the handset, it only makes sense that the technology might think that it path to the iPad. When it was asked to Apple for what reason the iPad Air did not have Touch ID, the response was straightforward: The iPad group did not find out about the new feature in time to add the component and software to its design.
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