With less than two months to the start of WWDC, Apple’s annual developer conference, but we still know next to nothing about iOS 15, the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system. According to reports from iPhoneSoft, the most important new feature of iOS 15 would be a new API for biometric authentication, which would allow verification via Face ID and Touch ID at the same time. A new tool that uses both systems obviously suggests the presence of Touch ID on the iPhone 13: for some time there has been talk of the possibility of a fingerprint sensor integrated under the screen of new iPhones and it would be a new confirmation.Among the innovations that can be expected from iOS 15, there is talk of a new Control Center, characterized by an interface closer to that of Big Sur, more compact and more readable. Among the other innovations reported by the French portal, there would be support for 1TB of storage: the new memory cut could still debut with the iPhone 13. In addition, there is talk of supporting AirTag (which we could now take for granted) and, in terms of macOS, iPhoneSoft suggests supporting Face ID for the new MacBook Pro; However, this information contrasts with what is suggested by Bloomberg’s most famous Mark Gurman, that face unlocking isn’t coming to Macs anytime soon.
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