ABCNetspace.com Rumors about the next generation iPhone with fingerprint identifier sensor seems to be true. An application developer, Hamaz Sood, recently managed to find the proof of this possibility.
As quoted from The Verge, the developer successfully discovered a folder in iOS 7 beta 4 containing a few lines of programming code associated with the biometric scan feature.
It's known that the code is part of the process to set up the sensor. The programming code describes how the sensor works on the next iPhone.
Rumors about fingerprint sensor had previously heard, in 2012. At that time Apple just completed their acquisition on Aunthentec, a company that make fingerprint sensor for mobile devices. This has led to speculation of the next generation iPhone with fingerprint sensor.
Other rumor mentions, the new iPhone will be equipped with dual-LED flash, a slightly larger battery, and a high speed camera.
There is no information about when will Apple release the next iPhone. However, they reportedly will launch it in mid-September 2013.