Through his social networks, the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for being an Apple leaker reported that within the plans of the apple brand is that by 2024, its flagship device, the iPhone does not have a notch or hole for camera, so it would be the first with full screen.
“I think the real full-screen iPhone is coming in 2024. High-end iPhones in 2024 would adopt a front-facing under-display camera alongside faceID under the display. A low light condition is detrimental to the quality of the front camera, the ISP and algorithm are critical to improving the quality,” Ming-Chi posted on his official Twitter.
When referring to “high-end iPhones,” the leaker is heading towards the Pro and Pro Max models.
This statement pays to the one he had made at the beginning of April, in which he assured that the technology would be ready in 2024 which would obey more to a marketing purpose, it should be remembered that in the market there are several Android models with full screen without notch or camera in sight on its front.
The information would be in line with the trend that Apple has this year according to some rumors, they make sure that the new iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will leave aside the notch as we currently know it and will be replaced by two holes, one oval for the FaceID system and another circular for the camera, which would mean a greater use of the screen.
Currently Apple offers the iPhone 13 that has four different models: iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. As every year, it is expected that in September the new flagship model of the company, the iPhone 14, will be presented, however, both its specifications and all the other details about it will be revealed in the coming months.