Display specialist Ross Young just shared what he has learned about the future iPhone 14 screen. According to him, the notch will effectively disappear and instead we will have a small hole and a tablet-shaped cutout.
Both approaches have already been attributed to the next top of the Apple range, but always separately. In fact, the combination of the two now pointed out by Ross Young will catch many readers off guard.
iPhone 14 will have Drilling and cut into a pill instead of the notch
Ross Young is one of the most credible sources in the tech market when it comes to displays. Several times we have verified the veracity of his predictions, so we must take seriously what this specialist in screens has just announced.
Additionally, Young accompanies his post with an image shared last September by ShrimpApplePro. This contemplates an inverted view of the screen of the next iPhone 14, which means that the Drilling it should be to the right of the other cutout.
The analyst also clarifies what will motivate Apple to opt for this dual approach. In addition to its disruptive and unmistakable appearance, this is due to a necessary separation of some components of Face ID, instead of embedding them in the screen of the device.
In fact, the small hole will house the red dot projector that makes up Apple’s facial recognition engine. The tablet-shaped cutout will house the Face ID infrared camera and the team’s front-facing camera.
Ross Young also reiterates that the disappearance of the notch will materialize in the most expensive models, that is, in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The rest of the members of this line of top of the range will continue under the baton of the notch.
The debate on the aesthetic future of the next top of the range of Apple is open. It is consensus that the notch will disappear on Pro models, and it remains to be seen how technology will replace this interruption.