While the tech launch is just a few hours away, the Internet has been buzzing with rumours and speculations surrounding the iPhone 14 and other models in the series.
There’s a lot of interest behind the iPhone 14 line-up’s front look as so far we have heard a lot about Apple smartphone’s new design for the front camera.
According to reports, much has been said about the iPhone 14’s alleged dual cut-out design for selfie camera and Face ID hardware. According to
GSMarena.com, a video has been leaked online that demonstrates exactly how the iPhone 14’s front screen looks like.
There have been reports that Apple will be introducing a system to black out the pixels between the two cutouts and have the entire area appear as one solid layer.
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The new leaked video shows off that exact behaviour and demonstrates users the switch between features on a smartphone that appears to be a genuine iPhone 14. If this is true, then this hardware feature change on iPhones will be a first from Apple.
As per reports, the two cutouts are reserved for the new privacy update which was introduced with iOS 14. The new privacy tool will likely be placed in the space between the cuts.
The tool will be readily visible when an app on iPhone is actively using the device’s microphone or camera. Previously reports also hint at another major update in regards to the status bar, which will be getting a complete revamp by Apple.
Meanwhile, all the questions will likely be answered at Apple’s ‘Far Out’ even set to take place on September 7.