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By Dan Moren for Macworld
It’s never too early to start speculating about the next iPhone–even if it’s not due out for more than six months. We’ve got the usual “edge-to-edge display” and “virtual Home button” rumors that seem to circulate about every iPhone, but I’ve also noticed reports congregating in another area lately: biometric security.
The iPhone has, of course, offered biometric security in the form of Touch ID since the iPhone 5s was released in 2013. That technology expanded to the iPad and, more recently, to the MacBook Pro.
But in the last few weeks I’ve seen a few suggestions that new technologies might supplement–or replace!–Touch ID in the upcoming iPhone. Is that likely, or merely wishful thinking?