Apple will launch iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and iOS 7 today in US. Its new iPhone 5S with a fingerprint scanner embedded in its home button, says WSJ. "Home Button/Touch ID sensor" for new iPhone 5S is also revealed in leaked user guide of the alleged smartphone.
Will Apple include a fingerprint scanner in high-end iPhone 5S? Yes is the answer. But we have to wait for confirmation till Apple will launch the much awaited and much speculated iPhone today. Though a recent WSJ report clearly states that, "Apple will include a fingerprint scanner on the more expensive of two iPhones it is expected to unveil Tuesday at an event at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters." And we all know that the expensive model is called iPhone 5S.
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Just few hours before the launch of Apple's next-generation iPhone, WSJ is not the only one that claims about fingerprint sensor support in it. A French website Nowhereelse.fr (via AppleInsider) has posted some leaked images of new iPhone 5S user's guide or quick start card. The image of iPhone 5S user guide has a feature written "Home Button/Touch ID sensor" on side. This points that iPhone 5S will have a fingerprint sensor embedded in its home button.
Fingerprint sensor support in new iPhone 5S is the most talked about feature of the rumored smartphone. Almost all the tech world believes that Apple will add a fingerprint scanner in its next-generation iPhone model. And we are not too far from confirmation now. As Apple's new product launch event is just hours away now. Apple is all set to launch two new iPhones and iOS 7 today at a special media event in California, USA. Launch event will start at 10AM Pacific Time today. So folks, just wait for some more hours to see what will come out at this event.