iPhone 13 or cancel Face ID: screen bangs are smoothed, four borders are completely equal width

As a well-deserved giant in the technology industry, Apple’s iPhone has not been able to bring innovative designs in recent years, especially the notch design that has been complained about.

However, there is now news that Apple will make changes in the next-generation iPhone.

According to the latest report from 91mobiles, a well-known technology media, Apple is testing the iPhone 13 series without bangs.

According to the news provided by the informer MauriQHD, the iPhone 13 without bangs will achieve the same width of the four borders of the screen, and the visual effect of the whole machine is very shocking. If the news is true, the new generation of iPhone 13 will once again subvert the design of the mobile phone screen.

However, it is still unclear which method the iPhone 13 will use to hide the front camera, earpiece and a series of sensors, but it is reported that the iPhone 13 may lose the Face ID face recognition function.

According to previous news, the new generation of iPhone is expected to introduce under-screen fingerprint recognition, using Qualcomm’s latest ultra-thin fingerprint recognition sensor. This is the first time that Apple has introduced this Android phone with technology that has been standard for many years. It will also become the first in history to carry IPhone products with fingerprints under the screen.

iPhone 13 is expected to be equipped with Qualcomm under-screen fingerprint technology

It is worth mentioning that in addition to under-screen fingerprint recognition, the iPhone 13’s screen will also have a major upgrade. It will be equipped with the LTPO screen provided by Samsung. This technology can support a higher refresh rate and significantly reduce screen performance. Therefore, the iPhone 12S will also support a high refresh rate of 120Hz.

In addition, the back design of the iPhone 13 has also changed slightly. Apple will introduce a lidar scanner for the low-profile version for the first time. At the same time, the entire camera module is blackened, and the overall sense of the camera module is significantly reduced. The current iPhone 12 series deliberately highlights the camera module program is more low-key.

IPhone 13 rear camera module will be blackened

In terms of performance, iPhone 12S will upgrade Apple’s A15 processor and adopt TSMC’s second-generation 5nm process. Not only will it be more powerful, it will also further reduce power consumption and improve the battery life of the 5G iPhone.

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