The iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone 11 phones all have fairly large notches above the screens, and many people were hoping Apple would find a better-looking various for the iPhone 12. A new leak, however, suggests this may not be the case.
In response to @UniverseIce, one of the most dependable leakers around, Apple plans to maintain the notch precisely as it’s for the iPhone 12, and even for its follow-up the iPhone 13, though the model on that phone could be a little slimmer.
The notch of an iPhone houses the front-facing camera in addition to Face ID tech, so many Apple followers really feel the big size is justified because it allows for vital tech.
However, many Android phones have various solutions to these issues which enhance the screen-to-body ratio of the phones, with pop-up cameras, ‘punch-hole’ cut-outs, and easily smaller ‘tear-drop’ notches all taking over less display space than Apple’s notches.
When do we find out if this is true?
The iPhone 12 launch is scheduled for October 13, and when that occurs we’ll see simply how large the notch on the handset series is. There are anticipated to be 4 phones, though they’re going to all doubtless have comparable notches.
Saying that Apple is not likely to verify the scale of the notch during the occasion, so we might have to attend for the iPhone 12’s release (doubtless over a week later) if we want to bodily measure it.
The iPhone 13 won’t launch for a year after that, so to see how this prophecy performs out we’ll be ready fairly a while.