In the midst of speculation about the upcoming iPhone 14 series, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has already set his sights on the iPhone 16 series, which is most likely to arrive in 2024 at this point. Early this morning, an analyst reaffirmed his prediction that the high-end models of this upcoming phone will feature under-display Face ID.
For a few weeks now, Kuo and analyst Ross Young have been saying the same thing: Face ID is coming to the iPhone 16 series. Under-display Face ID was expected to arrive on the iPhone 16 at the time, according to the analyst, who noted that “this time, schedule is less of a technical issue and more of a marketing purpose.”
Rumors suggest that the iPhone 14 will include a new hole-punch + pill design for the Pro models, with the entire iPhone 15 series following suit a year after that. Here’s what Ming-Chi Kuo had to say about the iPhone 16’s Face ID technology, which is hidden beneath the display:
Full-screen iPhones, in my opinion, should be available by the year 2024. It is expected that by 2024, high-end iPhones will feature an under-display front camera and Face ID. The ISP and algorithm play a critical role in improving the front camera’s quality in low-light conditions.
For the most part, we don’t know much about the iPhone 16. Currently, a periscope lens is expected to be included in the 2023 iPhone Pro line.
According to 9to5Mac sources, the regular iPhone 14 will be equipped with the same A15 Bionic chip as the iPhone 13 line, with the iPhone 14 Pro being the only model to be equipped with the new A16 processor.
The front-facing camera and the main sensors are also expected to get a boost in performance. In the meantime, here are some details about the upcoming iPhone 14.
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