The picture gives us tails

The picture gives us tails

Everything is already certain: with the iPhone 14, it is said that Apple has finally decided that the notch has to go. However, the replacement of the iconic design feature caused heated discussions. One picture we have in tails and concerns that Apple might end up making things worse.

Even if you are used to the notch, i.e. the top notch of the screen, on the iPhone, no one should really shed a tear. As is known, Apple will also replace it on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Both Camera aperture (perforation hole) plus display aperture in the form of a pill Come on, which includes the Face ID sensors.

iPhone 14: Apple is drilling (very) big holes

This rumor was confirmed again by a design sketch that appeared, which was instantly rated as true and accurate by Apple expert and expert Jon Prosser (Source: Weibo via Jon Prosser). But what bothers her is the sheer size of the openings. This is clearly demonstrated in the comparison with previous expectations of the new design.

Build diagram and previous size assumption of the iPhone 14 Pro’s dual-hole design in comparison (Image source: Weibo via Jon Prosser).

This wouldn’t be entirely accurate, it would be eerily intimidating and anything but an aesthetic alternative to a slit. And quite a few customers would probably say: Oh my God, Apple just made it worse! But there’s hope, show expert Ross Young, who has often been right, showed us a slight dip in January. A slimmer version of the new design. In this respect, the diagram that has now appeared should not be taken at face value, unlike John Prosser. So let’s just wait and see.

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Unlike the current iPhone 13 (in the video), there will be no small version of the iPhone 14 anymore:

New interface from 2023 also for all standard iPhone models

So buyers of the “regular” iPhone 14 and the new larger version with a 6.7-inch screen (iPhone 14 Max) will have to wait. The two standard models will still have a slit, so the new front design is not suitable for them. This will change next year. Ross Young confirms current assumptions that all four iPhone models will then get the new double-hole design (source: Ross Young). Good news on the one hand, but it also means we won’t get a flawless iPhone in 2023 either. Ergo: The bottom-of-screen camera is still an option not available to Apple in the future.

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