Although the iPhone 13 is not yet available, the curiosity about future Apple phones never stops. While some of the speculation about last week’s Apple event was incorrect, others, like analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s information about smaller screens and higher refresh rate, were accurate.
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Now, Kuo (via 9to5Mac and MacRumors) reports that next year’s iPhone plans point to high-end Pro and Pro Max models that completely do away with the notch in favor of punch-hole front cameras and 48MP wide-angle rear cameras. However, despite earlier estimating that this could happen this year, Kuo expects to delay scanning in-display fingerprints for Touch ID until 2023.
The possibility of a foldable iPhone has fallen out of hand, from 2023 to 2024 at the earliest. Right away, Kuo reiterates expectations for a 5G-capable iPhone SE next spring and a larger non-Pro version of the iPhone 14, which retains a 6.7-inch chassis but doesn’t include Pro capabilities and the price premium.