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Apple might borrow the shape and notchless screen of its iPad Pro for the next iPhones



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In a report that will not please the fans who have just bought a new iPhone, we have some details regarding the upcoming iPhone from Apple. You must have heard that next year’s iPhones are going to be redesigned and bigger changes are coming to the way iPhone looks and works. We are excited to see what the next iPhones will be like as they are also expected to come with 5G support. Now, it is reported that the next iPhones will also have a chassis design like the iPhone 4. This means that the iPhones might have a metallic frame on the sides.

Another new report regarding the next iPhones has surfaced which reveals that 5G support is very much expected from Apple for next year. This reveals that a major upgrade is coming next year that would also increase the prices of Apple’s iPhone lineup. Once again, we have a report regarding the Apple iPhones in 2020 which reveals that the iPhones could look more like the iPad Pro from next year. Apple’s latest iPad Pro models have Face ID support and remove the physical fingerprint sensor. However, they have symmetrical bezels on all four sides which means that the Face ID sensors are added without the need of a notch.

It has been said many times that the notch design of Apple’s latest iPhones look ugly so we believe that this might indeed be true. Apple might be working on an iPhone design which comes without a notch but still has the Face ID sensors. Ben Geskin, who has revealed the report, says that Apple has already prototyped this design and he has also revealed what he believes will be the next iPhone’s design. If these reports are indeed true then we are going to see a rare engineering feat being achieved by Apple.

Peter is a UK based software developer with experience in web designing and development. His key skills include knowledge of Core Java, JSON & XML Parsing. He’s a techie and an integral part of our remote team. He loves to contribute his ideas on smartphones at OntechEdge as an author. You can reach him at [email protected]

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