Speculation has been circulating about the possibility of a new frameless iPhone for several years now.
Unfortunately, the need for facial recognition sensors has forced companies to include frames that appear on almost every screen.
We’ve seen pop-up cameras as an alternative to these frames, but we can finally get a new, no- frills iPhone for the selfie camera and return a feature that’s been missing since the arrival of the iPhone X.
Previous reports have mentioned the possibility of the iPhone Touch-ID being restored.
This time, fingerprint sensors will get inside the screen, or at least that’s what analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests.
Kuo believes we can get an iPhone with Face ID and Touch ID, but according to his predictions, we would have to wait until 2021.
A report by Bloomberg said that we could see these features this year, in the higher version of the iPhone 12, and now, another source may bolster some of that rumor.
LetsGoDigital says Apple wants to create a full screen with a TrueDepth under-screen camera.
A new iPhone would also have an on-screen fingerprint scanner, but without Face ID.
Technology to make this possible is available, but it won’t be possible to use unless it meets Apple’s standards.