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- Apple will likely add Under-Display Face Identification to the iPhone 16 Pro.
- This will allow for a smaller cutout and more useable screen space.
For a few years, smartphones have featured under-display fingerprint scanners. They hide the underdisplay scanner. It seems that it is now. an AppleIt plans to place 3D face unlock sensors beneath the screen.
electricityAccording to reports, the iPhone 16 Pro series, which is due for release in 2024, could arrive with Face unlock under the screenFace ID. This would allow Apple to reduce the size of its “Dynamic Islands” display on the iPhone. iPhone 14 Pro seriesGiving people more screen space in return.
There is no word on whether the underdisplay Face ID will be slower than Apple’s current solution. For what it’s really worth, the first wave Android phones with underdisplay fingerprint sensors had slow read speeds as well as lots of scan errors.
The future iPhone with full-screen capabilities?
Moving to 3D Face Unlock at the bottom means that the selfie cam will be the only one on the iPhone screen. The Korea-based outlet suggests that Apple might adopt an underdisplay selfie camera after the iPhone 16 Pro line. This will enable uninterrupted full screen viewing.
Android devices have made significant strides in under-display camera technology, but phones like Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4And ZTE Axon 40 UltraIt still produces lower quality selfies than conventional cameras. Apple will need to make significant improvements in this technology if they want to adopt it within the next few decades.
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