‘iPhone 14 Pro screen will have a pill-shaped and round hole in the screen’

The notch will probably be a thing of the past with the arrival of the iPhone 14 Pro. But what will replace this?

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iPhone 14 Pro gets two holes in the screen

The iPhone 14 Pro will not only have a pill-shaped hole in the screen, but also a circular cutout. So says Ross Young, a well-known name in the world of Apple rumours, especially when it comes to displays. Apple would not have been able to hide the sensors for Face ID under the screen. The notch is somewhat ‘old-fashioned’ in the current smartphone landscape; Apple may see two screen holes as the golden mean.

According to Young, the new oval screen cutout houses both an infrared lens and the selfie camera. Apple’s dot projector – which is required for Face ID – is housed in a freestanding, circular hole. Both holes are located at the top of the screen, where the notch used to be.

We previously wrote about the iPhone 14 Pro and the disappearance of the notch. We used to think that Apple would just pop a pill-shaped hole out of the screen. Two separate holes in the screen give the iPhone 14 Pro a unique appearance, which sets it apart from the competition. The non-Pro models are rumored to retain the familiar notch that we are used to from the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro.

More about the iPhone 14 (Pro)

Although we still have to wait a while for the new iPhones, the rumor mill around the devices is already running at full speed. We already know a thing or two about Apple’s next top smartphones. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will probably have a 6.1-inch screen. The iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max have a 6.7-inch display. Fans of mini-iPhones are unfortunately missing the point with the iPhone 14.

Fortunately, we also have good news about the iPhone 14. For example, the Pro models will probably get a 48 megapixel camera. That’s a hefty resolution upgrade; the iPhone 13 Pro has ‘only’ a 12 megapixel camera. The higher resolution of the iPhone 14 lens enables shooting of 8K videos. In addition, you can take even better photos under poor lighting conditions thanks to the so-called pixel binning. This combines the image information of several separate pixels on the camera sensor.

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