iPhone 14 to get an in-display Face ID

iPhone 14 will release at the end of this year but the leaks about its specification and features have already started making headlines. The next-generation smartphone is expected to come with a lot of new changes and features when compared to iPhone 13. As per the new leaks on the internet, the iPhone might drop the big notch on the top of the display or could make it smaller as Apple is planning to make an in-display Face ID feature. Apple iPhone 14 will release in the month of September this year and it seems that they will not be launching a mini handset of the same series this year.

As per the details, Apple is almost confirmed to launch two variants of the iPhone which will have a 6.1-inch display along with two more variants which will have a 6.7-inch display as well. Therefore, it seems very unlikely that they will launch the mini variant this year. Also, iPhone 14 is expected to undergo a major change in terms of design this year which includes the removal of the front notch. Apple is expected to replace the notch with a small pill-shaped cutout on the display which will house the camera. Apart from that, all the other sensors including the FaceID will be moved as an in-display feature.

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The company is currently testing the new in-display Face ID sensor and reports claim that they are working perfectly fine with a layer of glass over it. However, this feature will only be a part of the highest variant of the iPhone 14, while the other variants will get the same old notch with the sensor placed in it. Also, we can expect a change in the camera sensors, where Apple might replace the camera sensors with 48MP camera sensors. Also, leaked images of the iPhone 14 show a titanium frame instead of an aluminum one.


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