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IPhone leaks – is the camera hole a substitute for the notch in the screen?

Apple has adopted the design of the upper notch in the screen or notch since the launch of the iPhone X at the end of 2017, and then it was adopted in all subsequent versions. If you are not a fan of the notch design, you may be pleased to know that Apple will move to rely on screen perforations.

The famous analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, said that Apple will start to abandon the notch and turn to screen punches in some versions of the iPhone by the end of next year 2022, that is, with iPhone 14 versions.

The analyst, known for his accurate leaks, added that this new design may apply to all iPhones in 2022 if there are no production problems.

How to add Face ID technology when adopting the hole design instead of the notch is not covered, or whether it will continue to rely on it in the first place.

There are reports talking about Apple’s intention to develop the Face ID system with the front camera to be hidden under the screen itself, and there are other companies already working on similar technologies.

Now most of the competing Android companies rely on the presence of a notch or a small hole in the screen, and perhaps the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is the best example of this.

IPhone leaks - is the camera hole a substitute for the notch in the screen?

The upper notch in the iPhone screen was and is still the subject of great criticism from users, either for its relatively large size or for its presence in the light of the availability of other solutions that look better formally.

In order to reach a full screen iPhone

All these modifications aim in the end to utilize all the space on the front of the phone with a full screen without a notch or holes.

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this could be achieved by 2023 with a fingerprint sensor and a hidden camera under the screen.

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