If you’ve been following rumours about the iPhone 14 lineup, you’d know that many sources are claiming that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a dual-hole cutout display design. Specifically, the design entails a pill-shaped cutout for Face ID and a punch-hole for the selfie camera.
Well, it seems that the alleged design, though limited to the iPhone 14 Pro series this year, will be implemented to the entire iPhone 15 lineup in 2023. This is according to display analyst Ross Young who also said yesterday that there’s a chance that the dual-hole cutout design could get smaller in 2023 than what they will be this year.
Citing a source on Chinese social media platform Weibo, Young further speculated that the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera cutout could be around 5.631mm. Therefore, he claimed that there is room for the cutout to shrink down next year.
Young also said that the dual-hole design will have the same width as the notch but it will ‘certainly save some pixels above the holes’. He further shared his expectations of what will be coming to the iPhone lineups in the near future, which includes Apple’s plans to eventually have Face ID and the device's front camera embedded under the display.
However, the technology to do so is expected to not be ready for the 2023 iPhone launch. Do note that all of these are still mere speculation and although Young has a decent track record, there's no guarantee that his claims will be 100% accurate.
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