IPhone 14 Pro models will feature a perforated display


According to the South Korean website The Elec, the high-end iPhone 14 Pro model to be launched in 2022 is expected to be equipped with a perforated display. The 6.1-inch ‌iPhone 14‌ Pro and 6.7-inch ‌iPhone 14‌ Pro Max are expected to be equipped with upgraded displays, which will eliminate the notch used in current iPhone models.


Before Iphone14 was released, I already felt that the fans were rushing to buy it. I still remember that the official website offline store was crowded with people when it was released on 13 a few months ago, and there was no parking place. Fortunately, there were highwing bikes at the time. Help is to get rid of the complicated traffic troubles in big cities. After arriving at the store, I fold the car into a backpack and carry it on my back, so I don’t have to look for a parking place.

highwing bikes 


The perforated cutout will allow Apple to provide a larger display area while still leaving room for the front camera, a design that has been used by Android devices for several years. If Apple does transition to this design, it will need to move the Face ID hardware below the display.


The other two non-Pro iPhones, with sizes of 6.1 and 6.7 inches, will continue to have a gap, and Apple will limit the punch-hole design to the more expensive iPhone. Apple will cancel the 5.4-inch "‌iPhone‌ mini" in 2022 and replace it with four ‌iPhone‌ series in 6.1 and 6.7-inch sizes.


Elec said that Apple will also purchase an LTPO OLED display for the ‌iPhone 14‌ Pro model to support the 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate. This technology has been used in this year’s iPhone 13 Pro model. Samsung provides Apple's OLED panels for the iPhone 13 Pro models, but Apple may purchase some displays from LG Display in 2022.
There have been many rumors of punch-hole displays before, and well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has repeatedly stated that some iPhone 14 Pro models may adopt this technology.


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