After information emerged that Apple was testing a new iPhone design without a bang, the sources published a high-quality image of the company’s new smartphone, which will be provided for the first time with a hole for the front camera in the middle of the upper part of the screen. .
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, known for his insiders in Apple’s supply chain, said earlier that some iPhone models slated for introduction in 2022 would actually distance the company from blasts in favor of a more traditional solution.
With the large notch in the middle of the upper part of the screen disappearing, the question of the future of Face ID technology stands out. The company recently patented a new solution that would put the necessary components for the Face ID system under the surface of the screen. The company is currently working on upgrading these sensors so that they can efficiently do their job while under the screen. The patent says that the ambient light sensor will also move under the screen.
Additionally, news has surfaced that the new iPhone 13 will stop wired charging entirely and Apple will use a new version of MagSafe for wireless charging. Apple recently patented a new type of connector for the iPhone. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has published a patent describing a 3-pin MagSafe charger that does not connect to the back of a smartphone, but where the Lightning connector is now located.
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