Apple iPhone 16 Pro may feature under-display Face ID | Technology News

New Delhi: Apple’s upcoming iPhone 16 Pro models will reportedly feature Face ID technology beneath the display, offering a more usable display area. MacRumors reports that it is likely to be placed just below.

The TrueDepth camera for Face ID is hidden below the display when not in use. Instead, they appear seamlessly blended with the surrounding screen area. The hole in the front camera display is expected to remain on the iPhone 16 Pro, but the overall display area and immersiveness are likely to be improved. (Also Read: Samsung Galaxy S23 5G Series Launch Event: Find out how and where to watch the live event, pricing, India release date and other important details)

The display cutout won’t change from the iPhone 14 Pro to the iPhone 15 Pro later this year, as the under-display technology isn’t ready yet. It will likely adopt a camera (UPC), which will eliminate all of the currently used iPhone display cutouts. (Read also: BharatPe co-founder Ashneer Grover offers Mercedes to employees so he can stay in his new startup for 5 years)

Meanwhile, last August, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said, “2024 high-end iPhones will adopt an under-display front camera, along with under-display Face ID.”

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