Steve Hotelling IPhone And Touch ID Screen Technology Creators Withdraw From Apple
Apple will lose one of its best engineers who designed the iPhone. (photo: dock. pexels)

JAKARTA - Apple's senior executive Steve Hotelling, who oversees iPhone and Touch ID screen technology that changes the way the iPhone is felt and functioning, is rumored to be leaving the company. This was reported by Bloomberg News, citing sources familiar with the matter.

Hotelling is listed as one of the inventors on a number of patents related to the iPhone and iPad touchscreen features. He is also one of the creators of the Touch ID feature on Apple devices.

The report also states that Steve Hotelling oversees the company's camera engineering team and leads efforts to develop depth-sensing technology for augmented reality.

Until now, Apple has not responded to requests for comment from Reuters and other media.

Reported by Bloomberg, Hotelling has represented Apple in several legal trials over two decades of its career at the company.

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