WashingtonApple could launch the iPhone 16 Pro in 2024, the first full-screen smartphone, and possibly the first Apple device to feature Face ID under the display and an under-display front camera. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, earlier it was unlikely that Apple would release any new iPhones with under-display fingerprint readers in the next two years.
However, he said in his tweets: “I believe a real full-screen iPhone will come in 2024. High-end iPhones in 2024 will adopt a front camera under the screen along with Face ID under the screen. The low-light case damages the quality of the front camera, and it is considered ISP and algorithm are critical to improving quality.”
According to The Verge, Kuo also expected the iPhone 14 to have an upgraded front camera with autofocus capabilities and a wider aperture. Kuo suggested that the solution would be improvements in the ISP (Image Signal Processor) and image algorithms.
As has been evident for years, phone image quality is increasingly dependent on digital processing, and Apple continues to make improvements in its cameras with each passing year.
Although it’s unclear what Apple will do with the hardware needed for Face ID, some have suggested that it will fit into a pill-shaped slot before Apple is ready to move it under the screen.
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