Rumors suggest that Apple could launch its first all-screen iPhone in 2024 with under-display Face ID


It has been speculated that the “iPhone 16 Pro,” according to respected industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, could be released in 2024 as Apple’s first true all-screen iPhone with under-display Face ID technology.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Kuo appears to be pointing to 2024 because of current hardware and software limitations with under-screen technology. “I believe that the first truly full-screen iPhone will be released in 2024.” “Face ID and an in-display front camera for high-end iPhones will be standard features by 2024,” he predicts. The ISP and algorithm are critical for quality improvements if low light is to be avoided by the front camera.

Apple’s rumoured “iPhone 16” launch in 2024 is still several years away, and there are few other rumours about what else might be included in the device.

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