Why experts already speculate about the iPhone 15 and 16


from Sarah Petzold
Although the new iPhone 14 has not yet been released, the first rumors are already circulating about the technical refinements of the successors, namely the iPhone 15 and 16. This is also related to the current speculations about the new devices, which will mark the future. mid-term of Apple devices in the future focus.

Even if Apple has not yet officially unveiled the iPhone 14, it is already quite certain what the new smartphone models will look like. But it is completely different with its successors, the iPhone 15 expected in 2023 and the iPhone 16, which will probably be released in 2024. Although there is still a long way to go before its launch, both models are currently being discussed frequently. The reason for this is statements by a well-known Apple analyst that many iPhone fans should not like.

Face ID under screen not until 2024?

While the iPhone 14 hardly brings any significant design innovations compared to the iPhone 13, Apple enthusiasts hope that the manufacturer will soon say goodbye to the dual-hole punch design for good. After recent rumors that Apple will use an under-display Face ID feature for the first time with the iPhone 15 in 2023, various analysts have voiced differing assumptions.

Industry insider Ross Young confirmed on Twitter that such a design change isn’t planned until 2024 with the iPhone 16. TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also made the same prediction, but considers it all more of a ploy. of marketing than a technical delay. Kuo also explained that Apple is currently testing a foldable 9-inch OLED device, but it won’t be available until 2025 at the earliest. Whether it will be an iPhone, an iPad, or a hybrid device made up of both remains to be seen.

Source: Macrumors, Notebookcheck

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