- The often-reliable leaker Ice Universe has posted an image of a protective sheet.
- Two cutouts for the front camera of the iPhone 14 Pro can be seen on it.
- Compared to modern Android smartphones, they seem downright huge.
Under the ridicule of the competition, such as Samsung, Apple introduced the so-called notch with the iPhone X in 2017. What is meant by this is a “dead” display area at the top edge of the device, in which cameras are housed. This step was necessary in the course of the change from Touch ID to Face ID.
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But a little later, many other manufacturers relied on this solution. While Samsung, Huawei and Co. first made the notch smaller over the years and finally got rid of it completely, replacing it with so-called punch holes, Apple relied on the notch up to the current iPhone 13. With the iPhone 14, it should now be put on the sidelines.
However, an image of an iPhone 14 Pro protective film released by the usually reliable leaker Ice Universe dampens the anticipation. Should the film turn out to be genuine, of course. Because the two cut-outs on the front, one elongated and one round, appear relatively large on the 6.1-inch iPhone display.
The mockery on Twitter is great. Mainly because the cut-out leaves little more screen space than the well-known iPhone 13 notch. “Samsung will certainly sell more Galaxy smartphones after the release of the iPhone 14,” writes one user.
The iPhone 14 will be launched in four different versions, which will appear in two display formats. Find out everything we know about the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max in the regularly updated iPhone 14 review article.
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