Apple is going to remove the “Bang” screens for future iPhone
The journalists Phonearena discovered the patent document, Apple under which the next-generation iPhone may lose the famous “bangs” at the top of the screen.
“Bangs”, which appeared in 2017, on iPhone X, has become one of the hallmarks of design solutions in many smartphones in 2018. However, Apple does not lose hope to get rid of her and has filed appropriate patent for the use of new technology.
According to journalists who have studied the patent papers, the company is looking for new ways to hide the front camera of the iPhone below the display without the use of separate strips not involved in the user interaction with the screen. One of the possible ways to get rid of the cut may be to create a small round area at the top of the display, which will be hidden Face ID and lens selfie camera. It will also touch and in theory could become even more functional than habitual users of “bangs”.
However, some experts believe that instead of Apple to do something like that in a short time will present at their Samsung smartphones, whose work a full edge-to-edge OLED display is almost complete.