iPhone 14 Big Rumors: It is coming with a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout? Know full details here

Apple first introduced the notch with the iPhone X and since then, it has remained largely unchanged. It has a TrueDepth camera array that includes an infrared camera, a flood illuminator, a front camera, and a dot projector. Reports also suggest that Apple
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iPhone 14 Big Rumors: It is coming with a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout? Know full details here

We have been hearing a lot about the iPhone 14 series so far and it appears that the device will come with some major changes that were expected in future iPhone models. In the latest development, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has claimed in his latest Power On newsletter that the iPhone 14 series model will not have a notch for housing the sensor. Instead, the phone will have a pill-shaped cutout at the top of the screen.

This claim is being made

Earlier, Apple had said that the notch was necessary to house the front-facing camera as well as the sensor required for the Face ID feature. So, it will be interesting to see how the Cupertino-based tech giant manages to pack everything in a small space.

This thing came to the fore in Mark Gurman's new report

Prior to this new report by Mark Gurman, Korea-based publication The Alec also claimed that the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will come with a punch-hole cutout on the screen instead of a notch. Even Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed that the iPhone 14 model has a punch-hole cutout. These multiple reports about the same thing almost confirm this development.

iPhone 14 to come with a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout

Apple first introduced the notch with the iPhone X and since then, it has remained largely unchanged. It has a TrueDepth camera array that includes an infrared camera, a flood illuminator, a front camera, and a dot projector. Reports also suggest that Apple will continue to offer the notch on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, but the Pro models in the series will come with a new pill-shaped punch-hole cutout to house the sensor.

also a rumor

Some rumors claim that the company may adopt a laser-based time-of-flight architecture for Face ID, while other rumors indicate a unibody lens design that will help the company reduce the size of the front camera module.