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iPhone’s controversial notch may get smaller next year

Can you find the change in 2019 iPhone model?
Photo: Ben Giskin

The 2018 iPhone is not yet perfect and we have the first rumors about next year's model. If you want a big change in the iPhone in 2019, make your expectations better. The next-generation Apple terminal seems to be equipped with this year's iPhone XS and the same size display as XS Max.

However, it is reported that there is one important difference. Things that many people like.

As Mr. Ben Geskin has been successful in disclosing Apple's future plans, He went to Twitter Needless to say, "2019 iPhone remains the same 5.8 inch and 6.5 inch screen size."

Realistically, Apple can not make the size of future mobile phones very large. They are pulling complaints because they are too big for the current version. The next hope for a big size up is a folding iPhone.

2019 Notch is 50% less on iPhone

However, the image Geskin included in his tweet reveals future changes. The 2019 model will obviously have much smaller screen clipping than their predecessors.

The leaked image shows that the cutouts on the screen are at the same height and the width is about half. The 2018 edition includes a camera, a telephone speaker, and a Face ID scanner. To make a big difference in size, it is unclear what will change.

Apple not only did not know about Notch, it did everything that could hide it with iPhone XS and XS Max.

How about iPhone XR?

This unconfirmed report does not mention anything about the iPhone XR, 6.1 inch model.

The plausible reason for this missing is that Geskin's ultimate source of information is that Apple does not know if it is going to change the screen next year's version of XR.

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