Apple received strong criticism of purists when it introduced its first iPhone with a showcase. A few years down the line, almost everyone in Android has started to show their mobile. But it seems that the iPhone versions of Apple will actually go unheard of this year. In earlier reports, Apple could take up a slimmer panel in 2020, accompanied by a completely unbeatable version of its iPhone models in 2021. A fresh new report says that Apple will offer a full-screen monitor to the high-end iPhone series by 2020.
A LetsGoDigital study citing a request from Credit Suisse suggests that Apple will offer a top-end 2020 iPhone device with Touch ID embedded in its camera, fully discharging Apple’s Face ID. However, the report states that vendors from Apple are finalizing the creation of a full-screen iPhone app this year. LetsGoDigital states that Apple previously applied for a device design patent for 3 design patents in Japan without showing.
Although a full-screen mode for the iPhone can appear in Apple’s list of plans further down the line, it seems a somewhat too stretched rumor that Apple might do so in 2020. Apple has spent a great deal of money in rendering Face ID available for a number of reasons and for now, it sounds a bit surreal, to say the least.
Ironically, the Swiss financial services company said in an analyst note released by Credit Suisse last year that Apple will introduce a new iPhone model in 2021 with a fingerprint sensor onboard.
Apple is planning on three new iPhone models this year, according to previous reports. Apple can also introduce a new iPhone model specifically designed with Touch ID support for the Chinese market.