Sources have obtained information on how Apple will solve the issue with the iPhone bangs and at the same time will retain the system of sensors necessary for the operation of the technology for recognizing users by means of Face ID.
Recall that in 2017, with the release of the iPhone X, the company switched to a design that is still used today. IPhones have a large cutout at the top center of the screen where the sensors and speaker hole are located.
At the same time, the company has been working for a long time to reduce the size of this cutout and, in the future, completely abandon it. It may seem to some that abandoning bangs implies abandoning Face ID technology, but this is not so.
The company has patented a new solution that will place the components necessary for the Face ID system under the surface of the screen. The company is currently working on upgrading these sensors so that they can do their job efficiently while under the display. The patent says that the ambient light sensor will also move under the screen.
With the introduction of this technology into the commercial iPhone, the company is expected to offer users fingerprint recognition and 3D facial recognition under the screen, which will receive tiny-width bezels around the perimeter.
Realme has created a smartphone with a unique camera design: Live Photos of Realme 9i have appeared
The new Realme 9i smartphone will be presented this week, live images of which have already been leaked online. He will receive a main camera in a non-standard design: three modules are not placed in a single block, like other phones.
According to rumors, the camera will be equipped with image sensors with a resolution of 50, 2 and 2 megapixels, the front camera will be 16 megapixels.
It is expected to feature a 6.6-inch Full HD+ waterdrop notch display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz sampling rate. The phone will receive a Dimensity 810 single-chip system, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory. It will support up to 5 GB of virtual RAM.
The device will come preloaded with Android 12 OS and Realme UI 3.0.
The first ever rugged smartphone with built-in headphones Ulefone Armor 15 successfully funded on Kickstarter
Not so long ago, Nokia released the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio feature phone with a storage compartment for wireless headphones, after which Ulefone launched the world’s first rugged smartphone with built-in headphones on Kickstarter.
At the time of the announcement, it was reported that the developers had collected a third of the required amount, but now enough funds have been raised for the release of Ulefone Armor 15, which means that the smartphone will definitely be released.
A pair of TWS earphones are reportedly built into the top of the phone, and they will automatically connect to the phone when users take them out. In addition, the smartphone received powerful front stereo speakers.
Ulefone Armor 15 is equipped with a 5.45-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels, MediaTek Helio G35 single-chip system. The phone has 6 GB of memory and 128 GB of flash memory, runs on the Android 12 system and supports NFC.
This phone is IP68/69K and MIL-STD-810G certified, making it waterproof, dustproof and shockproof.
The novelty is offered for $170.
Accurate images of the flagship smartphone iPhone 14 Pro have appeared
As Apple’s fall conference approaches, we are receiving more and more information about the iPhone 14 smartphones that are already in production.
Case manufacturers as well as designers have access to precise blueprints from which accessories are created, and we are getting new 3D models. In particular, this note presents images of the iPhone 14 Pro, which were created according to the drawings.
All sources unanimously confirm that in the iPhone 14 Pro, Apple will switch to a new design with two holes, and the bangs will be left for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max. Recently, the iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro screens were compared with each other, proving that this change really allows you to increase the effective screen area. However, when compared with the tiny single cutouts in the screens of modern Android smartphones, then this comparison will definitely not be in favor of Apple.
In addition, the designer took into account the upcoming innovations in iOS 16 and showed the display of the battery level. Apple previously removed the ability to display battery percentage, but it’s back in a fresh beta. However, not everyone liked this change.
The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to support the always-on display mode, and the widgets on the new lock screen interface will become translucent, which will continue to display the time and consume very little power.
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