Apple iPhone 14 Arrive Punch-Hole Cutout Design
The iPhone 13 series, part of Apple’s newest premium array of flagship handsets, has just been released in India and other countries. All eyes are now focused on the imminent iPhone 14 debut, and online speculations and leaks regarding the device have already begun to surface, revealing some of its capabilities. As usual, the Cupertino technology juggernaut is anticipated to release the smartphone in September. The iPhone 14 has been the subject of multiple leaks over the last week, and the most recent news comes from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who has confirmed that the iPhone 14 series will do away with the notch design. Yes! Yes, you read that right. Gurman claims that the business will incorporate a pill-shaped cutaway design that is expected to house both the selfie camera and the Face ID sensor. Let’s examine the most recent disclosure in more detail.
Apple iPhone 14 series to ditch the notch design
The regular model of the iPhone 14 will debut with a notch design, claims the report. The Pro version, however, will have a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout design. It appears that the report disputes recent statements made by Apple. According to the business, the notch is absolutely necessary to fit the front camera sensor and Face ID.
According to a report published by MacRumors last week, the business intends to release the iPhone series without a physical SIM card, forcing consumers to use eSIM. The corporation, according to the report, has advised key network operators in the United States to get ready for widespread eSIM activation. The article also claims that the business has said that the eSIM-only smartphones will be on sale in September 2022. The report also included a document that detailed the initiative’s timeline, but it was blank of any names.