Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a research report obtained by MacRumors today that at least some 2022 iPhone models will abandon this gap and switch to a “punch-hole display design” similar to Samsung’s recent high-end Galaxy smart phone.
Guo said that the hole-punch display design will be used in at least 2022 high-end iPhones. If the output is good enough, then all 2022 iPhone models can use this design. Kuo did not provide any further details on how Apple will accommodate the Face ID component without the notch if it continues to use the facial recognition system.
There are rumors that Apple plans to use under-display Touch ID on at least some future iPhones, and Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE recently demonstrated an under-display 3D facial recognition system, so Apple may explore similar solutions .
Guo said that if development goes well, at least one new high-end iPhone will be equipped with an under-display fingerprint scanner, a periscope telephoto camera, and a truly unnotched full-screen display design by 2023. Apple may also introduce a new low-end iPhone with a 6-inch LCD screen, Face ID, and a price of less than $600 in the first half of 2023 to replace the iPhone 11.
Guo also said that the front camera of the iPhone model in 2022 will have autofocus.
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