Stop us if you've heard this before: we saw every kind of kick and scream about a new feature in Apple's iPhone X when the phone was announced. Then all the complaints stopped shortly after the iPhone X was released, and now the feature that everyone was talking about was to be a pin in the smartphone industry. It's happening all the time, and this time, of course, we're talking about notch at the top of the iPhone X screen. People did not know what to do in the beginning, but their reaction is always furious. When they started using the iPhone X, they forgot the notch even existed. Android phone makers did not forget though, and just about all companies out there have stolen Apple's design. Then again, the new Apple feature that everyone was so upset became an industry standard.
As we mentioned above, iPhone Xs is not something that users do not even notice anymore. Even still, would not it be nice if that place was occupied by more monitors instead of a notch? We have heard rumblings that the technology needed to eliminate hack is in the work but a new insider report claims that innocent all-screen phones can beat the market as soon as next year.
Like right now, it's not something like an "all-screen" phone. Companies like Apple can lie and market their phones as the whole screen but every handset out there also has no hack or big fittings. Why? Because at the moment there are components on the front of smartphones that can not easily be effectively hidden under the display. It includes earphones, cameras and other sensors.
Some Chinese smartphone manufacturers have found ways to eliminate some of the elements from the front of their phones. For example, Oppo Find X has a hidden self-image camera and ear speaker that appears when you need them. Of course, this is a terrible design (you can not use a case with it) and there is also nothing that would work well on a phone that must be mass-produced.
Great brands are currently working to find different solutions to eliminate these components. For example, the screen itself can be used as a speaker for phone calls, and businesses are approaching to create the technology needed to hide their cameras in front of the camera underneath the screen. As it turns out, however, they may be even closer than we thought.
In a tweet on Sunday, industry inspector Ice Universe indicated that smartphones should launch as soon as next year will have all the screen designs we have been waiting for. It does not mean large crews around the screen, but also no hack. He did not specify which companies could launch these new all-screen smartphones, but his tweet seems to indicate that they can come from China.
Note: Rumors have appeared earlier, suggesting that Apple can trick iPhone's new notch design as soon as next year, although nothing is confirmed at this point. Besides, Apple has a lot more to hide than other smartphone manufacturers since the TrueDepth system, which makes Face ID so complicated. It is possible that the technology that allows businesses to embed cameras behind the screen can also be used for Apple's TrueDepth system, which means that the company may be among the first to get an all-screen phone. Whether Apple is one of the first companies to launch a phone with this exciting new design, it can be a cut above the rest. Since Apple uses a brilliant and expensive design trick to completely eliminate the "chin" edge at the bottom of the phone, the company's first all-screen iPhone can have the thinnest edges in the world.