Foreign sources report that the display of the iPhone 14 Pro will lose the same monobrow. Why such a change?
After the release of the iPhone X, all iPhones began to ship with an “eyebrow” at the top of the screen. But next year, real changes await us. According to display vendors, the OLED display of the iPhone 14 lineup could lose that beauty, and instead, buyers will get a lens built into the screen. Only one camera is visible on the render, which is a little strange, because in the same iPhone 13 there is still a depth sensor and a biometric scanner in front.
According to preliminary data, Samsung has begun to receive special equipment that allows using a laser to make holes in OLED displays. If LG succeeds in testing, the manufacturer could become another supplier of similar screens. We expect the iPhone 14 Pro Max to have a 6.7-inch display. If you remove the “eyebrow” from it, then this model will become the best among iPhones in terms of screen-to-body ratio.