Report: Apple’s killing Touch ID on all future iPhones

According to a new report, Apple plans to kill Touch ID — its lightning-fast fingerprint reader — for the security nightmare that will undoubtedly be Face ID. KGI Securities analyst and rumor magnet Ming-Chi Kuo tonight revealed it’s unlikely Apple will bring back Touch ID in future models, starting in 2018. Kuo last month issued a note describing the uncertain future of the biometric touch sensor. He said the future of Face ID was largely dependent on consumer reaction to iPhone X, Apple’s first device to adopt the feature. The future seemed to be a dual approach to biometrics, with…

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