iPhone 15 Pro may come with under-display selfie camera, Apple's big surprise


The craze of smartphone fans around the world has never diminished regarding the upcoming flagship smartphones of the American company Apple’s iPhone series. Apple’s latest iPhone 13 series hit the market in September last year and in the second half of this year, the American company is also preparing to launch models of the iPhone 14 lineup. A lot of information is already coming out about these upcoming handsets. However, speculations have also started regarding the devices of the iPhone 15 series to be launched next year. A recent report has revealed some important facts about the design of the Apple iPhone 15. Let’s find out what changes Apple is going to make in the design of the iPhone 15 series next year.

The upcoming Apple iPhone 15 will have an invisible Face ID sensor

South Korean tech site The Elec has claimed in a new report that next year’s iPhone 15 will feature an OLED display and, importantly, the phone’s Face ID sensors will not be visible as they will be located inside the screen. This suggests that the Apple device will come with a punch-hole display design. The report further states that Apple will rely on Samsung’s under-panel camera (UPC) technology, which has also been used on the internal screen of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable smartphone. The South Korean electronics company is reportedly working with OTI Lumionics on a new under-display camera technology that will debut with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 smartphone.

Incidentally, only the front camera will appear on the Apple iPhone 15, so the design of this handset will be similar to the one seen on most Android smartphones over the years. Also, it is also being speculated that this design change will be mainly seen on the iPhone 15 Pro model and not the regular model.

On the other hand, the upcoming Apple iPhone 14 series is expected to have four models – iPhone 14, 14 Max, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. The Pro model is expected to come with dual pile-shaped cutouts for the front camera and Face ID sensor, but the non-Pro model will see Apple’s signature notch design on the screen.

A recent report claimed that the Apple iPhone 14 Pro models will come with the Apple A16 Bionic processor, but the regular models will use the same Apple A15 chipset as before.