Does the iPhone 14 have Touch ID?
Apple has been working on an under-screen fingerprint sensor since 2019.
Quick Answer: Unfortunately, the iPhone 14 does not include Touch ID. Apple’s under-screen fingerprint sensor development has been slower than expected, resulting in its absence across all iPhone 14 models.
The base iPhone 14 still has a hefty notch, with Face ID sensors in full view. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max use the Dynamic island up top with Face ID sensors. But what about a fingerprint sensor for Touch ID?
Apple has been working on an under-screen fingerprint sensor since 2019, so maybe it’s ready for release. Let’s dive in.
So, does the iPhone 14 have a fingerprint sensor?
Short answer: No
|Device Type||Models with Touch ID||Year Introduced|
|iPhone||iPhone 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, SE, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus||2013|
|iPad mini||iPad mini 3 and later||2014|
|iPad Air||iPad Air 2 and later||2014|
|iPad||2017 and 2018 models||2017|
|iPad Pro||2015, 2016, and 2017 models||2015|
|MacBook Pro||Recent models (with Touch Bar)||2016|
|MacBook Air||Recent models||2018|
No, the iPhone 14 Pro Max does not include a fingerprint sensor. Apple has opted to continue using Face ID as this model’s primary biometric authentication method.
Yes, Face ID is considered a safe and secure biometric authentication method. Plus, your facial data is safely stored on your device, making it harder for someone to unlock it.
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