The first full-screen iPhone will arrive in 2024! Ming-Chi Kuo reveals possible model and features


The first full-screen iPhone is expected to launch around 2024, as Ming-Chi Kuo claims. The reliable Apple analyst has also shared other details about this highly anticipated device including its model and features.

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The new iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro displayed in the window display of the Regent Street Apple Store on October 23, 2020 in London, England. Apple’s latest 5G smartphones go on sale today in the UK. The iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available from November 13.

Over the past few years, smartphone consumers have been looking for devices that can offer advanced full-screen display functionality.

However, Apple and other giant tech makers haven’t been able to deliver the perfect full-screen handset. Now, will Apple’s new iPhone model change this scenario?

The first full-screen iPhone will arrive by 2024

Ming-Chi Kuo has been active for quite some time now. Since leaks about the new iPhone 14 and other next-gen Apple devices emerged, he also shared what he thinks is coming.

The first full-screen iPhone will arrive in 2024!  Ming-Chi Kuo reveals possible model and features

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People buy the new iPhone XS and XS Max at the Apple Store in Midtown Manhattan on September 21, 2018 in New York City. The two new phones, with longer battery life and faster processors, went on sale Friday. Apple recently reached a market capitalization of $1 trillion, making it the first publicly traded US company to hit $1 trillion.

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These include the first full-screen iPhone model. He shared possible details of the new Apple smartphone via his latest Twitter post.

“I believe the true full-screen iPhone will arrive in 2024. High-end iPhones in 2024 would adopt an under-display front camera alongside under-display Face ID,” Kuo said via his official tweet.

MacRumors reported that the new iPhone 16 Pro, which is expected to debut by the end of 2023 or the first months of 2024, will be the first Apple smartphone to offer the advanced under-display front camera and under-display Face ID sensor .

As this is the first full-screen iPhone, some issues are expected to occur. Kuo said one issue would be the under-display front camera.

The Apple enthusiast explained that low light conditions can affect the performance of the camera feature. But it will always depend on the integration efforts of the technology manufacturer.

Issues with Fullscreen iPhone

Kuo explained that existing software and hardware limitations of iPhone models will significantly affect the performance of Apple’s first full-screen handset.

But, the enthusiast added that the stakes would be less technical. If true, the giant gadget maker can easily fix any bugs or other internal issues in the upcoming full-screen device.

Previously, the new satellite connectivity feature of the iPhone 14 should make possible the absence of dead zones.

On the other hand, the new Apple Watch Activity Challenge will take place on April 29.

For more news on the first full-screen iPhone and other advanced Apple devices, always keep your tabs open here on TechTimes.

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