Analyst claims that Apple iPhone 14 will start using punch-hole cutout instead of notch
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Apple has taken the move by making the iPhone 13 series' notch smaller than all the previous models. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the tech giant might shrink the FaceID notch further on the next generation of iPhones, turning it into a punch-hole cutout.
The analyst mentions that iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will offer a big redesign by getting rid of the notch. However, it seems like the company could choose to go with something old school rather than an under-display camera. We know that it's early for some iPhone 14 rumours, but it's still exciting to know what's about to come next!
Other than that, the analyst also shared that new Pro models will be offering 48MP wide cameras. Furthermore, a 6.7-inch non-Pro iPhone is expected to complement the standard model, as the mini model is rumoured to be cancelled.
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