According to an authoritative tech insider known as Ice Universe, the notch for the TrueDepth facial recognition system will finally be reduced in the iPhone 13 series smartphones. The source said that the notch will still be present, but its height will decrease.
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An insider illustrated the upcoming changes with a rough outline. According to him, the cutout will retain its width, but its height will be much smaller, which will have a positive effect on the experience of using the device. This will likely delight many users who are confused by the too wide notch, which hasn’t changed since the iPhone X launched in 2017.
For some time, there were rumors that the iPhone 12 would be the first to receive a reduced cutout, however, most likely, the changes have been postponed to 2021. However, reliable sources state that the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini may have a narrower bang due to the smaller screen size.
Also, Ross Young, an analyst at Display Supply Chain Consultants, revealed the features of Apple’s new line of flagship smartphones, the iPhone 13. This is reported by the Business Insider edition.
A distinctive feature of the gadget, which will be presented in 2021, will be an improved ProMotion display with an increased display frequency, Ross Young said.
According to the specialist, the line will include two basic smartphones with a screen diagonal of 5.42 and 6.06 inches and two advanced ones with a diagonal of 6.06 and 6.67 inches. Basic models will be equipped with a dual camera, and the top iPhone 13 will get a triple camera.
Recall that well-known insider Ross Young announced last week that the iPhone 13 will be offered in the same sizes as the iPhone 12, but will be equipped with new ProMotion displays with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and improved cameras. The presentation of the iPhone 12, we recall, is expected in less than a week.