When will the full screen iPhone arrive?

No, l’iPhone 14 it will not have a full screen design. The front with thin edges and free of interruptions will not be proposed with the next smartphones at the end of the year. At least not yet.

But let’s not lose heart, the full-screen iPhone is coming. The problem to achieve it is not so much as the camera but the system related to the Face ID which, through the components that form it, cannot work under the display.

iPhone 14 Pro camera

By sifting through the various reliable information, at the moment we know that the iPhone 14 could abandon the 10-year smartphone design by further mitigating it. However, the technology is not ripe to completely remove the so-called “notch”, an iconic element that has accompanied the devices for almost 5 years. Probably, net of the transition to a completely clean design, iPhone 14 will have an OLED panel with holes or with “elongated holes” (we talked about it Who) which will integrate the Face ID and its front camera with an infrared sensor to make the three-dimensional biometric recognition system work properly.

We were saying, thinking now of an iPhone with an uninterrupted display is a utopia. The always knowledgeable Ming Chi Kuo (market analyst who knows his stuff on Apple) is sure that the tests in Cupertino are fully operational and will bring this possibility starting from the 2023 products.

In conclusion, from the information we have, we learn that iPhone 14 will be a real design transition between iPhone 13 and iPhone 15. The path taken by the top players in world telephony, not just Apple, goes towards the creation of a smartphone with a completely clean front panel. The problem is, when that happens, it could bring us back to limbo where all the products are so similar – and too much – to each other.


Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.

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