According to reports, Apple plans to launch full screen iPhone in two years. According to a well-known Apple analyst, this is the case. In a tweet, Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a good track record when it comes to predicting Apple’s future market share, said an iPhone with a defective display – called a “full screen” – will be released in 2024.
Full screen may be limited to high-end models of the iPhone 16, he noted. That means the iPhone 16 Pro and Max can carry a front-facing camera and a face ID under display (standard or small models will not be trusted). Kuo also described the impediment Apple was facing: “A low light mode is detrimental to the quality of the front camera, and the ISP (Image Display Manager) and algorithm are essential for quality improvements”.
Earlier, Kuo said this year’s iPhone 14 will have a front-facing camera with wide-focus focus and wide aperture, and the phone will keep Apple’s face-to-face technology fully cut-off.
The company does not appear to be ready to move to the Screen ID under the screen yet, and if the new Kuo recommendations are, we may have to wait for a few iPhone generations before seeing such an update that.