The iPhone 14, following the latest Apple iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro releases, may have included tablet-shaped drilling to integrate FaceIT sensors instead of the brand’s usual ‘notch’.
This was revealed by the Bloomberg researcher Mark Kerman, The company led by Tim Cook has advanced with its ‘newsletter’ in a recalled note from Kismosina that it would have chosen to add a longer piercing capable of having the sensors needed to identify the face.
At this point, it is not specified in which part of the panel this aperture will be integrated, i.e. it will be inserted into the hub where the TrueDepth front camera is located or provided by one of the latest Apple models. On the sides of the screen.
Apple’s next ‘smartphone’ will be the first to incorporate the titanium alloy body already used in other products, according to a note shared with investors last July that had access to the Apple Insider. Apple Watch o Apple card.
It should be noted that Apple first introduced this peak with the iPhone X in 2017, and since then it has been maintained on other models such as the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone. 12.
Source: Europa Press