iPhone 14: Live clip revealed how the new double notch will work

With his presentation event iPhone 14 to be just around the corner, rumors have focused on the new dual-cutout design for the selfie camera and Face ID. The prevailing opinion is that there will be a system that will darken the pixels between the two notches and make the entire area look like one solid piece.

A few hours ago, a clip showing an iPhone 14 was released and allows us to see up close how this new situation works. But that doesn’t exist on Twitter anymore. Apparently Apple decided to go ahead with this design change for both aesthetic and functional reasons. The area between the two notches will likely be reserved for the new privacy indicators, which arrived with iOS 14. It shows when an app is actively using the device’s microphone or video cameras. This feature may free up the corners of the screen to accommodate more status icons.

Recent rumors have Apple using this cutout to redesign the status bar exclusively for the iPhone 14. Several renders that have surfaced suggest it may return to a more classic design. A drawing that includes battery information on the far right and the location symbol next to it. On the left side network and carrier signal information. No one can be sure, however, and we keep a small basket for these renders.

Other sources suggest that Apple will rework the camera app interface to better position controls around the new notches. More specifically, the flash and Live Photo buttons will be located directly above the status bar, while the other settings are located directly below the notches.

Whether the decision to “merge” black pixel notches will be a permanent system-wide user setting, or will there be some use cases, like when watching a video for example, where the pixels between them will still show the actual content, remains unknown.

Source: Techblog by techblog.gr.

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