Apple is planning to launch an iris fingerprint scanner at a later date.
Apple is expected to reveal the fingerprint scanner during the company’s earnings call on Tuesday.
The company will offer an iriscam for $199, but it will be offered for $19.99 in the U.S. on November 19 and $29.99 worldwide on November 25.
The new fingerprint scanner will be available as a standalone device for $299, the company announced on Tuesday morning.
It will cost $299 for a two-day pass and $149 for a one-day Passport.
Apple has long promised to offer a biometric passport in a more robust and secure way than the current iris passport, which is also made up of multiple layers of security.
The iris scanner is an attempt to address some of the problems that have plagued the iris photo, which has led to some people losing their passports after being caught with multiple photos.
Apple said in a statement that the fingerprint sensor “will be the first biometric scanner to offer multiple layers in a single device.”
Biometrics is a system for measuring an individual’s identity.
Apple said the fingerprint biometrics are designed to be as secure as possible.
It said it plans to offer the fingerprint fingerprint scanner as an accessory for iPhone 6s or iPhone 6.
Biometric passports have a lower price tag compared to iris passports because the fingerprint scans are less costly to manufacture and transport.
In addition to the iriscams, Apple is offering a variety of biometric passports for the iPhone 7, including a digital signature, a unique facial scan, and an irispot that uses the fingerprint sensors.
Apple announced the irispots in January and has not announced when it will offer them as a separate product.