Rumoured iPhone 13 line up may come with a minor upgrade over iPhone 12 series. But the 2023 iPhone lineup will have some advanced display technology. Apple is reportedly planning to use Under Display Face ID systems and periscopic telephoto lens in its 2023 iPhone lineup.
Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known Apple analyst, claimed that the upcoming iPhone 2023 lineup will include the latest technology, which will eliminate the need for the notch or punch hole on the iPhone display.
According to Kuo, the new under-display Face ID systems will be introduced in 2023, along with a new periscopic telephoto lens. The analyst predicts that the Cupertino-based company will drop the notch design in favour of a punch hold design for at least some of its 2022 iPhone lineup.
Face ID first appeared with the iPhone X. The notch was there to fit the front camera and other sensors. Earlier t was it was reported that the iPhone 14 could come with a 48-megapixel camera sensor.
According to Kuo, at least one of the high-end iPhone models in 2023 will have an under-display fingerprint reader. It will have a display without any kind of notch or punch hole.
However, the analyst did not specify whether both an under-display Face ID and Touch ID would be available in all models, or whether the features will be limited to higher-end models.
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As per technical aspects, an under-display Face ID will require more sophisticated systems, so that the TrueDepth camera can read and identify faces through pixels on the display without any kind of distortion.
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