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All Screen Apple iPhone in 2020 | Death of Famous Notch ?

Sujan Koirala 1 Oct, 2019

Its been just a few weeks for the launch of the new iPhone for 2019: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and we already started to get the leaks of iPhone for 2020. This is very unusual because we used to see very fewer leaks about the upcoming iPhones. Well, internal has expanded very much and nothing is secure on the internet. That’s true.

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The most promising change in the upcoming iPhone will be the design and Apple is all set to remove the top-notch which is in trend since iPhone X, suggests the recent leaks via twitter. The bezels all around the display will be of the same size and its minimum as possible. Well, within this top minimized bezels, Apple is going to plant all the required sensors and camera lens. But, is this possible? With rapid innovation on smartphones going on, this can be possible but will this be very fragile? No worries, for now, these are just the prototype and Apple will answer all our curiosity if they made this design final.

The next thing Apple is considering on iPhone 12 is the introduction of 5G and Higher refresh rate in iPhones. Though we have many Android devices with 5G Connectivity like Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, Vivo Nex 3 5G and many more, Apple doesn't have 5G enable iPhones to date. As per the rumors, Apple is currently in talks with Intel for 5G Modem chips. Better late than never, Apple must bring 5G by 2020 as 5G operators will grow by a large number till 2020. 

Another much-needed upgrade in iPhone displays is the support of a higher refresh rate. We have seen many smartphones with a higher refresh rate as Oneplus 7 Pro supports 90Hz, Asus ROG Phone 2 supports 129Hz and Sharp Aquos Zero 2 supports 240Hz. Thanks to the leaks, Apple is considering a switchable 60/120Hz refresh rate on screen.

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Another feature Apple is considering to bring on iPhones by 2020 is LED illuminated Apple Logo. Not in iPhones but this feature is already available in Apple’s MacBook. Rumors on the internet also say that the new iPhone may come with an in-display Touch ID. Is this the end of Face Id? Well, we don't know yet, have to wait till the official news. 

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