Pictures have been released showing that Apple is replacing the notch in the iPhone 14 Pro.
more There was also a rumor On how Apple is throwing sensor islands in 2022 and moving on to the hole-camera solution that Android manufacturers have been using for years. However, the question regularly arises, where do more sensors needed to operate the Face ID system go? The answer could be two apertures for the camera: a longer bean-shaped aperture (similar to Galaxy S10 +The Huawei P40 Pro and the Honor Magic 4 sensors) and a dot-shaped notch in the front camera. about this first a Wepura A photo was taken, and a few days later John Prosser got a similar photo from another source In your YouTube video He spoke, claiming that the photo realistically shows the design that Apple will be using.
It is said that there will be no mini among iPhones this year, but both the Smooth and Pro models come in two sizes with 6.1 and 6.7-inch screens. The Pro and Pro Max models could have a perforated screen, and the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max could still have it iPhone 13 on Sensor Island. This year’s phones are rumored to keep the square shape, and their buttons as well iPhone 4 will be quoted.
Decide me The camera hole that looks like letters is like Apple simply cutting parts of the notch where there is no sensor. It’s a pretty weird solution at first glance, but it’s sure to make the iPhone easier to distinguish from Android phones that use a pivoting camera hole, which is presumably Apple’s goal. The question is, are there any plans to start with the free space on the screen, such as returning the battery percentage, carrier, and rotation lock icons to the status bar?
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