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10/10/2020 8:17 AM  #1


​Not following the current

Not following the current: Apple may use "protruding screens" up to the iPhone 13.



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Apple is preparing to launch an event for the iPhone 12 on October 13, 2020, สล็อต with rumors that it will still feature a screen design with a concave top for mounting various sensors, a screen design that Apple has. It has been used since the iPhone X launched in 2017 and has become a trend for many other smartphone manufacturers to embrace the idea widely in that era.

The latest Ice universe, the most reliable in the news, reports that Apple will continue to use the same screen design for the iPhone 13, which will be released in 2021, but may be smaller.


If such information is true It shows that Apple still does not follow the current smartphone design trends that focus on full screen design. No concave It uses a hole punch on the screen for mounting the front camera. Or a pop-up camera mechanism instead


The GSMArena website predicts that Apple will continue to use this screen design for the Face ID feature to accurately scan faces. Until the camera installation technology under the screen glass becomes fully functional. This is something that many smartphone manufacturers are accelerating at the moment. For example, the ZTE Axon 20 5G, which was launched at the beginning of September 2020.

 

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