Tech giant Apple will reportedly not bring the under-display Face ID feature to an iPhone until 2025 or later.
According to display analyst Ross Young, the iPhone 15 Pro will not have under-display Face ID due to technical issues, AppleInsider reports.
This feature is likely to arrive on the iPhone 17 Pro at the earliest.
It has been rumored that the tech giant could hide the biometric technology under the screen ever since the iPhone X debuted with the notch to house its Face ID system.
There were recently reports that the feature will be available on the iPhone 15 Pro, but it was widely predicted that the iPhone 16 Pro will have it in 2024.
Eight years of the notch will come to an end as under-display Face ID debuts on the iPhone 16 in 2025, the report said.
In January this year, it was reported that the iPhone 16 Pro models will feature Face ID technology under the screen to provide a more usable viewing area.
Meanwhile, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had said in August last year that “high-end iPhones would use an under-display front camera in addition to the under-display Face ID by 2024.”
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