CrucialTech received a patent for the development of intra-display fingerprint scanners (DFS). The organization’s specialists have been working on the technology for 5 years. Smartphone manufacturers are interested in the success of the developers, because they have long wanted to abandon the fingerprint sensor built into the Home button or placed separately on the back panel of the device. Now CrucialTech is finalizing its technology and preparing materials for obtaining related patents for the structure and algorithm of the scanning program. The company is interested in contacting vendors that support their idea. Technology is of interest to many. The invisible scanner located under the display is interesting for both the largest global brand Apple and the South Korean giant Samsung. In addition to CrucialTech, a transparent scanner is being developed by Synaptics. When exactly the announcement of the first device with a new fingerprint sensor will take place is unknown. Rumor has it that in the anniversary model of the iPhone, which will debut this fall, the technology will already be implemented if technical difficulties do not interfere.