After anticipating the properties of the iPhone 14s of 2022, the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has extended its thinking to the iPhone of 2023 (iPhone 15?) and predicts more significant changes than the simple revision of the technical sheet.
According to his information, the notch embedding the sensors for Face ID facial recognition would disappear in favor of a system housed directly under the screen. The notch is already on the verge of being reduced on future models and there is even talk of seeing it fade in favor of a punch for the front photo sensor on the iPhone of 2022.
For Ming-Chi Kuo, it could be a transition before moving in 2023 to a screen without notch or punch, everything being placed under the display. And if the iPhone 13 this year will remain largely on the same photographic basis as the current iPhone 12, with slight optimizations, theiPhone 14 would upgrade to a 48-megapixel main photo sensor, while theiPhone 15 of 2023 would be entitled to a periscope zoom as they are already found on many Android smartphones.
In the meantime, it’s a notch with a 10% reduced grip that awaits the iPhone 13 this year, and still a 12-megapixel photo sensor system with a slightly brighter ultra-wide angle for the iPhone 13 Pro Max, but without really changing the formula.
Source: GNT – actualités by www.generation-nt.com.
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