The designer Ben geskin one of the most active on the internet when it comes to renders and mockups of iPhones. Whenever a new rumor arises, he rushes to put into practice that possible novelty, giving us the opportunity to see how a new feature or supposed change in design could be applied by Apple.
Today, Geskin went to Twitter and, “unpretentiously,” let out a little bomb:
Without citing sources or how he got the information, the designer pointed out that Apple has finely managed, at least in a prototype, to completely remove the notch (crop, forehead, notch as you like) from the iPhone screen and keep the Face ID as we know it today (or even better, as a second generation system is expected).
Note that if all of this is true, Apple is still in the prototyping phase. mockup Above is just a glimpse of Geskin on what such a device might look like, not necessarily reflecting Ma's plans.
Already on the 6.7 inch screen well, she's not a novelty. TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had previously reported that top-of-the-line iPhones of 2020 may have screens for 5.4and6.7 inchesas well as connectivity 5G.
In addition to them, Apple would also launch the successor to the iPhone 11, with 6.1 inches (but with connectivity 4G / LTE). Still, such a device, like the flagships, would have a screen OLED.
While it is not so common to see Geskin punching holes in Apple's future releases, he has already stuck in the past, as the MacRumors, that the iPhone XR would have a slightly thicker screen frame than the XS and XS Max iPhones, for example. We'll see how accurate he is this time.