Apple already has a working iPhone without bangs, but it’s too early to rejoice

Apple already has a working iPhone without bangs, but it’s too early to rejoice

The iPhone 12 smartphone, of course, differs in terms of the shape of the body from its predecessor, but when looking at the front panel of the device, we see the design of the iPhone X, which was released back in 2017.

Rumor has it that this year Apple will release a model called the iPhone 12S, which will retain the same design, but with a smaller cutout for the front camera and speaker.

According to Phone Arena, Apple is actively working on prototypes of new smartphones that will be released later. One of these prototypes, which is already ready, is completely missing the famous bangs. However, at this stage, this was achieved by increasing the height of the entire upper frame as a whole. In addition, to give the device a symmetrical look, all other frames have also increased in width.

Unofficial render

A knowledgeable informant confirms that the prototype is real, but doubts that Apple uses such a design in the iPhone 12S. He agrees that this year Apple smartphones will receive a reduced cutout, and will completely abandon it until next year.

Another source previously reported that Apple may skip a model called the iPhone 13 altogether due to superstition. That is, this year the iPhone 12S will be released, and next year the iPhone 14 will appear.

Apple already has a working iPhone without bangs, but it’s too early to rejoice

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