Yesterday’s news was about Apple’s new fingerprint sensor for the upcoming iPhone 5S. Today’s news (from the seldom reliable DigiTimes) is that the iPhone’s fingerprint sensor doesn’t work too well.
Volume production of fingerprint-recognition and LCD driver chips for the iPhone 5S should have started at the end of June or early in July, but issues related to yield rates will delay commercial production of the two chips to the end of July, therefore affecting the initial supply of the iPhone 5S
Uh huh. Sure.