According to a source, Apple’s future high-end smartphone models, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, may feature display cutouts that, when the phone is in use, look like a single, continuous pill.
The notch on Apple’s devices will be replaced with a hole and pill-shaped cutout, according to many leaks and claims over the past year.
According to a recent claim, when the display is turned on, the Cupertino company’s next smartphones may show both cutouts as one big pill.
The next iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max’s display cutouts will appear as a single pill when the phone is in use, according to a MacRumors rumor quoting an unnamed tipster.
Apple is rumored to hide the pixels on the screen between the two cuts, thanks to the OLED displays used in the phone, rather than presenting a hole punch and a pill-shaped cutout.
On Chinese social media, there have been rumors that the company will choose a single pill design when the smartphone is in use. These rumors are claimed to have originated from Foxconn employees who are familiar with the manufacturing process, according to the report.
While Apple has not yet revealed any information on a new display, including new cutouts for the future iPhone Pro models, tipsters and industry analysts have frequently speculated that the company’s smartphones could see a fresh design for the first time since it unveiled the iPhone X in 2017.
Next week is expected to see the introduction of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, as well as the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The organization disclosed that the date of their upcoming “Far out” event is September 7.
Apple is expected to unveil new iPad models as well as the Watch Series 8 at the event, which will be streamed live from the Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple Park in Cupertino, California.