Maybe we are a little ahead of the times, but here are already some interesting rumors about the future iPhone 15 Pro. According to a report leaked on the Net, Apple could introduce the smartphone on the Face ID under the display, however, using a technology developed by Samsung. The company’s goal, in fact, is to give the idea that the front design of the iPhone is nothing more than “a single pane of glass“. And the announced update seems to be going in this direction. When it will be effective, however, we still do not know.
iPhone 15 Pro: Face ID will finally be below the display
Already a long time ago, on the occasion of the launch of the iPhone X, the then head of Apple design Jony Ive had announced the project to make the front design of the smartphone dedicated exclusively to the display. In this journey, it is clear that it is necessary to find a right location for the Face ID. One of the ideal solutions, for example, could be the one proposed with the fourth generation iPad Air, with Touch ID on the power button. But it’s clear that it couldn’t fit an iPhone, let’s face it. Especially considering that many users have stated that they have repeatedly turned off the device trying to verify their identity.
The only plausible solution, then, is to embed Touch ID or Face ID under the display. In this regard, analysts Ming-Chi Kuo e Ross Young have reported that Apple could introduce this novelty in the 2023 or in 2024. And today, The Elec report appears to confirm these predictions. In fact, this feature will reportedly be exclusive to the iPhone 15 Pro, and will take advantage of a new one technology produced by Samsung. Indeed, in more detail, the Samsung Display technology should first debut on the company’s folding smartphones, and then arrive at the high-end models of the iPhone. So, at this point it would seem to be confirmed one of the most awaited innovations for Apple smartphones. Once again, however, it remains to be seen when we could actually have it.