The Apple iPhone X was the first Apple smartphone to feature a "full screen". Although we want to point out that the screen is larger than normal and seriously larger than its predecessors, not everyone loved the notch implementation.
However, notch has a raison d'être. In order to give us more screen, Apple had to find a place to introduce its Face ID technology and front camera.
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As much as we want to say that competitors start not offering notches, we also have to mention that they don't give us a 3D face sensor either. And who does, (Huawei and Xiaomi) also had to implement such a notch on the top of the smartphone.
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That is, it is certain that Apple is studying ways to give us the same Face ID sensor with no single mirror on top. Today the known leaker @IceUniverse, said Apple will continue with notch in 2019 but by 2020 we are likely to have a full screen. But how?
According to previous patents, Apple is also working to offer "holes in the screen". As revealed on the Samsung Galaxy A8s or even the Huawei Nova 4.
Moreover, the last patent went into the detail of how Apple would build this "hole in the screen". So it is presumably that the idea is actually on the table.
There is only the problem of Face ID. Apple has been hard at work building and advertising Face ID to abandon it now. Although we prefer a biometric sensor on the screen, we all know that Cupertino's company is not willing to leave the iPhone Face ID. In fact, it is only now that the technology begins to be implemented on the iPad.
In conclusion, it looks like 2020 will be the year Apple will have everything ready. That is, a hole in the screen for the camera and a way to register the 3D face sensor without any kind of notch. So get ready for next year the iPhone "know the same".
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