The iPhone is Finally Coming up with a Huge Design Change After 5 Years
Since 2017, iPhone had been equipped with a wide notch on their displays which was expected to disappear with iPhone 13 but they have made it just smaller in size. Now the reports are that the notch may be laid to rest with iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. The report is based on the information that has been received from the display suppliers of Apple which say that the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro could come up with a punch-hole in place of a usual notch.
According to this report, Samsung has already received machines for laser cutting punch-holes into OLED panels for next year iPhones. These punch-hole display may be limited to iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models. The vanilla iPhone 14 as well as 14 mini may stick to same notches. Apple is pretty much confident about the Korean phone maker company’s ability to produce good quality punch-hole displays. Samsung will use HIAA (Hole-in-Active-Area) method for drilling the punch-holes which is the most advanced method of the company so far. Rumors are that iPhone 14 Pro could be equipped with 6.7-inch OLED display with a punch-hole cutout thus providing highest screen-to-body ratio on an iPhone. At the moment, iPhone is relying on Samsung’s LTPO OLED displays but LG is also working on the same technology. LG has not conducted any trials on this technology so Apple will stick with Samsung.