Since Apple added bangs to the iPhone x, it has been a highly controversial and polarizing design choice. That choice has been consistent since then, even on the company’s rumored launch of four new iPhone 12 models in 2020. The only difference is that because of its compact size, the smallest iPhone 12 Mini’s 5.4-inch screen also offers a smaller fringe. < / P > < p > and looking forward to 2021, it is rumored that Apple will continue to keep bangs for the iPhone 13 family, but there are rumors that it will be smaller than the previous generation. The iPhone 12 model has been rumored to have brought a smaller gap, but now it seems unlikely. < / P > < p > the conversation about the reserved gap of the iPhone 13 series comes from the source ice universe, who had predicted that the iPhone 12 series would have a 120Hz OLED screen, plus an improved camera, etc. This time, he tweeted with few in-depth details, but mentioned that the new model in 2021 will have smaller bangs than its predecessors. The leaks also hinted that Apple will launch the homepod Mini this year, but there is no homepod 2. < / P > < p > Apple is likely to be experimenting with how to block all camera components behind the display to provide customers with a gorgeous & quot; full screen & quot; design. Unfortunately, Samsung’s under screen camera is reported to be experiencing mass production problems, and sources are confident Apple will avoid expensive components until the company believes that the change provides real value to customers, or when the feature becomes more common in future competitors’ smartphones. < / P > < p > bangs have become quite old-fashioned, so from a design point of view, narrowing it could separate the iPhone 13 family from its predecessors. Another way the iPhone 13 could become quite different is to become Apple’s first model without a charging port, offering a clean, wireless charging solution, and an ltpo OLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. But then again, there are different rumors that Apple will replace the lightning interface on the iPhone 13 with usb-c, so there are a lot of conflicting news. < / P > < p > this also means that Apple may be testing quite a number of prototypes, and we believe that when 2021 starts, we will have more information about them. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure

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