Current apple smartphones, such as the iPhone 11, include an ambient light display in its bangs or top border. But a new patent application details a way in which Apple can embed a light sensor under the display, possibly one step closer to completely eliminating bangs. < / P > < p > in its patent application, apple pointed out that the location of light sensors could be challenging and that if not careful, ambient light sensors could take up more space than expected in electronic devices. In some arrangements, accurate operation of ambient light sensors may be challenging due to potential interference from other components. For example, the ambient light sensor installed below the display pixel will receive additional light information from the pixel itself, thus unable to read accurately. < / P > < p > prior to this, Japanese media reported that Apple will release an iPhone without bangs next year, and then it will share a 5.5-inch iPhone 3D model, the iPhone 13. < / P > < p > from the picture, the iPhone completely removes the bangs and the FaceTime camera is in the middle of the top. It is reported that the reason why the new machine can abandon bangs may adopt Samsung’s new under panel sensor technology, which allows the camera to be mounted under the screen. < / P > < p > in addition to the lack of bangs, the iPhone 13 also has a very narrow border. The back shell of the device has only the reserved position for the camera module, which can be used to test different camera modules. Global Tech

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