Apple will still be able to tie its eyebrow on its cell phones.
According to a report by the renowned analyst specializing in the company, Ming-Chi Kuo, published in MyDrivers, the iPhones that will arrive in 2020 will keep the notch on your screen, but reduce in size compared to current models. It will be a small drop shaped notch, similar to that of the.
Kuo believes that Apple will use a smaller front camera on that new generation of iPhones, which will allow the notch be reduced considerably. However, it seems that Apple takes a little longer to launch an all-screen cell phone as we have seen for a long time in the Android market.
Kuo points out that the first full-screen iPhones are expected to arrive in the fall of 2021. AccordingApple Insider, Apple can place the facial recognition system, Face ID with the TrueDepth camera, under the screen of their phones.
Returning to the iPhones that will arrive in 2020, J.P. Morgan says the Cupertino will be preparingfor that year.
Apple does not usually respond to this type of information, so despite the reputation of analysts, we must take it with caution.
Editor's Note:This article was originally published on July 11, 2019.
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