First Full-screen iPhone Could Arrive in 2024

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When may we expect a new full-screen iPhone? According to Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known Apple expert, the year will be 2024. Apple may be content to shift both the front-facing camera and Face ID under the screen for its high-end handsets, according to Kuo.

Kuo made this forecast in a pair of tweets, tying it to remarks he made last month, claiming that Apple would be unlikely to introduce any new iPhones featuring under-display fingerprint scanners in the next two years. What is the explanation for this? According to Kuo, the need for Touch ID’s comeback is primarily due to the surge in mask-wearing. However, since Apple improved Face ID’s mask compatibility earlier this year, criticisms about its usability have almost vanished.

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However, the more intriguing question is how Apple will fare in developing a front-facing camera; it will remain hidden beneath the display. The technology is improving; but it still has a long way to go before it approaches the quality of unobscured lenses.

“Most of the time, the photographs you get are clearly usable. “I guess you could get away with it if you’re not a huge selfie person, or if you don’t use your phone for Zoom calls,” Byford says of ZTE and Xiaomi’s under-display cameras. “Video quality is also poor, as it’s probably too much to expect these phones to perform real-time processing.”

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