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Ditching Touch ID in 'iPhone 8' wasn't Apple's first choice, was forced by technical restraints - report

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A new report claims that Apple clung on to hope that it could retain Touch ID in the "iPhone 8," and any delays in shipping the new unit are apparently related to last-minute changes waiting on a breakthrough in the sensor being embedded in the screen.
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