The 2020 iPhone will come with an all-screen design that’s devoid of a notch, punch-hole and pop-up selfie camera.
For those looking to upgrade to the 2019 iPhones, we sincerely urge you to wait a bit. The Apple iPhone 11 series will be quite disappointing but it will lay the groundwork for Apple’s 2020 iPhones and one of which is going to be an absolutely revolutionary device.
As per a report note from JP Morgan, China Times have gained access to a presentation by multinational investment bank Credit Suisse. This note reveals Apple’s plans for a very futuristic iPhone, more so than we have ever thought possible. This upcoming iPhone has the capability to be the best and most exciting iPhone Apple has ever made.
Credit Suisse claims that Apple is hard at work with its suppliers to build a full-screen display that’s devoid of any camera cut-outs thanks to the new under-display TrueDepth camera. This model will go on sale next year and it will be the stand-out handset alongside older iPhone 11-based models. This will be like what Apple did when they launched the iPhone X alongside the iPhone 8 line-up.
Although the lack of a notch is the most interesting feature, Apple will also be adding Face ID under the screen as well as integrate an all-new Touch ID system to work in conjunction with the facial recognition technology. This new Touch ID system is rumoured to work across the entire display and not just in a single area like Apple’s Android rivals.
The report also mentions that in 2021, Apple will use this all-screen design across its entire product offering. This move will be similar to what Apple did in 2018 with its iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR handsets.
A related report by Forbes claims, “Throw in the news that Apple is also equipping its 2020 iPhones with 5G, installing new screen sizes and bringing a new lens system and the 2019 iPhone (despite its triple camera and welcome battery boost) looks thoroughly outgunned. As such, it isn’t surprising that recommendations to skip Apple’s 2019 iPhones are growing. The smart move is to wait.”