From the firmware HomePod, released late last week, the developers seem to have decided to "squeeze out" all the juices. This time, digging into the code decided the famous programmer Stephen Smith, who was looking for any details related to the new iPhone.
Firstly, in all the code, the developer did not find any hints of the Touch ID embedded in the display, and if yesterday's graphic image has anything in common with the new iPhone, the fingerprint scanner is likely to "move" to the back panel . Either Apple will replace it with an iris scanner.
At the same time he managed to find a hint of a radical upgrade of the top status bar of the iPhone, which could become much more interactive and multifunctional. There is even such a possibility that Apple will divide the status panel into two parts. Another piece of code refers to a function such as "Tap to Wake", which allows you to "wake" the device with a double-tap on the screen. If Apple refuses the Home button, such an option would clearly not be superfluous.
It is curious how from one firmware update the developers were able to get as much information about new Apple devices. Recall, the estimated date of presentation is about a month.