Want to buy a notchless iPhone, wait until 2022

Tram Ho

Although it is home to the sensors that bring the FaceID feature, but since its launch in 2017 until now, the notch design on the iPhone screen has been a controversial topic, especially since it has been around for a long time. smartphone. If you are an iPhone user but don’t want to see “blemishes” on that screen every day, maybe you should be patient until next year, maybe your annoyance will go away.

According to a new report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, while the iPhone of 2021 only further shrinks the notch on the screen, by 2022, Apple is planning to completely eliminate this “flaw” with its new technologies.

To do that, Mr. Kuo predicts that Apple is developing a FaceID system located below the screen. This is the first time, Mr. Kuo made a prediction about the appearance of this technology on the iPhone.

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Before that, Mr. Kuo also predicted that there will be at least one high-end iPhone version of 2023 equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a truly complete screen. However, Kuo did not say whether Apple will equip both TouchID and FaceID technology under the screen on an iPhone version, or the FaceID technology under the screen is only for high-end devices.

From a technical perspective, to equip the facial recognition system under the screen, it is necessary to have more advanced tools, so that the TrueDepth camera system can read and recognize faces when “looking” through the dense pixels on the screen without distortion or distortion.

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In addition to upgrading the facial recognition system under the screen, Mr. Kuo also predicts that the iPhone of 2022 will equip a periscope system for the rear camera with a large 48MP image sensor. This is a significant change from the 12MP sensor that has been in use on the main iPhone camera for many years now.

According to Kuo, the new imaging sensor not only allows users to record at 8K resolution, but also “is more suitable for AR / MR (augmented reality and mixed reality) devices.”

Refer to MacRumors

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