Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that with the iPhone models to be released in 2023, the under-screen Face ID system will be switched and the notched design will be shelved.
Apple continues its preparations for the iPhone 13, which is expected to be released in September, while continuing to work on the iPhone 14 and 15. TFI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new report containing his predictions for future iPhone models.
According to the experienced analyst, the Cupertino company plans to completely get rid of the notched design on the iPhone models it will launch in 2023. In other words, the front camera and the sensors of the Face ID facial recognition system will be placed under the screen. For now, it’s hard to guess how Apple engineers will implement the under-screen Face ID system.
The fingerprint sensor embedded in the screen is also being developed
The company also plans to offer an embedded fingerprint scanner on its smartphones. According to the information transferred, the under-screen Touch ID system developed by Apple may first appear on the iPhone 13.
The necessity of wearing a mask due to the coronavirus epidemic has made the “fingerprint scanner” an important criterion in smartphone selection. For this reason, it is stated that Apple will make every effort to return Touch ID to iPhones in a more modern format.