Apple will remove the 3D Touch technology in its 6.1-inch iPhone which is set to launch this year. Apple is expected to completely ditch Touch ID on its iPhones in 2019.The company is introducing new display construction technology which separates the touch sensor from the display but is incompatible with 3D Touch, reports claimed. The 3D Touch technology senses how deeply users press the display.KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo saying that Apple will be updating the display for its upcoming iPhones by going for one that will be lighter reducing chances for it to break.Apple is also expected to launch the second-generation iPhone SE soon. iPhone SE 2 is expected to come with upgrades like a slightly bigger screen. It will however retain the Touch ID button according to recent leaks.
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