Over the last couple of months we've reported on numerous rumours about Apple's iPhone 5S. The smartphone is widely expected to be unveiled in the Summer with June looking the most likely month for the iPhone 5S's launch.
Fresh information has surfaced suggesting that the iPhone 5S will come with a finger-print sensor. This backs up previous rumours we heard about at the end of January suggesting that Apple's next iPhone would come with a finger-print sensor.
The technology is very James Bond and as you might expect it'll be used a security procedure to stop unauthorised access to your mobile.
Apple's security could do with being bolstered after the recent iOS 6.1 debacle which enabled hackers to bypass Apple's Pass-code security-screen. However, we've got our doubts about the accuracy of fingerprint technology and whether the technology is ready for wide-spread adoption.
The Motorola Atrix which launched back in 2011 had fingerprint technology. Unfortunately , we didn't manage to ever get our hands on that smartphone to comment further. However, the fact it debuted such a long time ago bodes well for the reliability of the technology.
We welcome the inclusion of fingerprint technology in smartphones because it saves time and effort when unlocking your smartphone. We always want our smartphone to be totally secure but entering a code or pin-number is time consuming, while Face-unlocking isn't yet as reliable as we'd like.
As soon as 3G hear more about Apple's iPhone 5S we'll let you know.
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