The top-of-the-line iPhone 14 Pro models launching in 2022 are likely to include a display with a hole, as per Korean website The Elec. A 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to come with a new display that will be rid of the notch present in the present iPhone models.
The hole-punch cutouts will enable Apple to expand the display while allowing room for the front-facing camera. This is a feature that Android devices have utilized for a while now. If Apple switches to this model, Face ID will need to be relocated. Facial area ID equipment must go beneath the display.
Two other non-Pro iPhones that measure between 6.1 or 6.7 inches and 6.7 inches will also be notch-free as well, with Apple restricting the hole-punch design to the higher-end iPhones. Apple has decided to eliminate its 5.4-inch “iPhone miniature” in 2022. It will instead launch the four iPhone range with 6.1 and 6.7-inch sizes.
The Elec reports that Apple will also source OLED displays with LTPO technology specifically for its iPhone 14 Pro models to permit 60Hz and 120Hz proMotion refresh rates. This is the technology already in use on iPhone 13 Pro models. iPhone 13 Pro models this year. Samsung provided its OLED displays that Apple employed for the iPhone 13 Pro models. However, Apple might source OLED displays through LG Display in 2022.
A display with holes has been mentioned numerous times before, and noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo repeatedly claimed that some iPhone 14 Pro models are likely to come with the feature.