After years of notches, the iPhone 14 should offer a system of punches this year, one for the front photo sensor and the other for the facial recognition sensors Face ID.
This novelty should not last very long and the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo already anticipates a switch to a display without notch or punch from 2024, which would correspond to theiPhone 16.
iPhone 16 ?
This suggests that Apple will be able to house all of the sensors below the display by that date. About fingerprint recognition Touch ID hidden under the screen, it would above all be a request made during the time of confinement when it was necessary to wear a mask and Face ID was struggling to work.
With the latest iOS update, the Face ID system allows facial recognition even when masked, which no longer makes the integration of Touch ID as relevant.
All the difficulty will be to arrive at a system powerful enough to ensure beautiful shots even in low light conditions. On the Android side, several manufacturers have tried the experience of the photo sensor under the screen, with varying fortunes on the result.
The capabilities of the ISP (Image Signal Processor) and computational photography algorithms will therefore be decisive. In the meantime, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has also predicted improvements for the front photo sensor this year on the iPhone 14, with autofocus and a more generous aperture at f / 1.9.
Source: GNT – actualités by www.generation-nt.com.
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