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According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple has been working on in-screen fingerprint readers. But that feature won’t be ready for the new iPhone that will be announced next week. It could be released in 2020, or maybe 2021 if Apple’s suppliers can’t meet deadlines. If you’ve played with the most recent smartphones from Samsung, Huawei and other Android manufacturers, you know that in-screen fingerprint readers already work quite well. When you unlock your phone, you can see a fingerprint icon on the screen. It then works just like any fingerprint reader — you put your finger on the icon and it unlocks your phone.
President Donald Trump seems to have recently switched to an iPhone without a home button , and he doesn’t But all the top-of-the-line Apple smartphones since last year have ditched the home button last seen on the iPhone To Tim: The Button on the IPhone was FAR better than the Swipe !
Donald Trump has attacked Apple CEO Tim Cook for removing the iPhone home button , which Donald Trump has launched a fresh feud against Apple CEO Tim Cook over an unusual topic Since the first model in 2007, iPhones made use of a physical " home button " that took users back to the
President Donald Trump took a swipe at Apple chief Tim Cook with a Tweet lamenting the removal of the iPhone home button.
"To Tim: The Button on the IPhone was FAR better than the Swipe!" he tweeted Friday.
Trump switched from an Android mobile to an iPhone in March 2017, the same year Apple dropped the physical home button from its top models.
This earlier shift seemed to be the target of presidential ire, rather Apple's latest iPhone 11 release in September.
It is not the first time Trump has cast a critical eye over the tech giant's design choices.
"I cannot believe that Apple didn't come out with a larger screen IPhone. Samsung is stealing their business. STEVE JOBS IS SPINNING IN GRAVE," he tweeted in September 2013.
It also comes after a gaffe in March when he referred to Cook as "Tim Apple".
Trump later claimed the naming was deliberate and a "time saving" measure.
POINT MARKETS-Wall Street in the red, Apple and oil weigh
The New York Stock Exchange recedes Friday early in the session, sealed by a new decline for Apple and the decline in oil prices after a tweet Donald Trump denouncing artificially high prices.
The Dow Jones index lost 42.85 points, or 0.17%, to 24,622.04 points half an hour after opening.
The Standard & Poor's 500, wider, yields 0.26% at 2,686.15 points and the Nasdaq Composite drops 0.67% to 7,189.44 points.
Values, Apple down 3.43%, by far the largest decline in the Dow Jones, and penalizes the index, having already lost 2.83% Thursday.
Morgan Stanley analysts expect quarterly earnings slightly below consensus and expect the consensus for the second quarter to be revised downward.
The technology sector loses 0.99%.
Schlumberger drops 1.76% after announcing its quarterly earnings barely surpassed the consensus as higher costs overshadowed the strong performance of its North American operations.
RESULTS OF GE SALUÉS
On the rise, the industrial conglomerate General Electric jumped 3.5% after announcing that the profit from its continuing operations had more than tripled in the first quarter, boosted by its activities in aviation and aviation. health.
Honeywell International Wins 1.44% after Reported Better-than-Expected Quarterly Earnings Driven by Strength in the Aerospace Industry, Helping the Group Raise its Annual Earnings Forecast for the Second Time year.
Crude prices are down and hit a low in session after Donald Trump's attacks on OPEC, which he accused of artificially escalating prices.
Oil has risen sharply this week in reaction to the announcement of a drop in US stocks and Reuters reports that Saudi Arabia would have no problem to see the barrel reach 80 or even 100 dollars.
The price of Brent North Sea lost Friday 1.16% and the US light crude 1.22%, both away from peaks over three years on Thursday.
The prices of aluminum and nickel are also falling after the soaring days of the last days triggered by the US economic sanctions against Russian producers.
On the foreign exchange market, the dollar profits from the drop in oil and gains 0.51% against a basket of reference currencies, at a peak of two weeks.
On the side of government bond yields, the ten-year Treasury rate exceeds 2.93% to close to its highest in a month.
At the time of the opening of Wall Street, the European markets evolve in dispersed order. The Paris CAC 40 takes 0.23% and the London Footsie 0.34% but in Frankfurt, the Dax yields 0.22%.
* For values to follow, click (Edited by Patrick Vignal)
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By removing the home button from the iPhone X, Apple replaced a button with gestures. You need to know their moves. Just swipe up a very short distance from the bottom of the screen. A longer swipe does something else, but a quick little flick will take you out of any app and back to the Home screen.