The iPhone 14 Pro’s display punch hole may appear as a single pill when the screen is on
According to information provided by an anonymous whistleblower, when the display is turned on, the discrete pill-shaped and hole-shaped punch holes are not visually separated, but appear as one continuous, longer columnar shape.
Instead of sticking to an uneven aesthetic,appleThe useless pixels between the punch holes were chosen to be turned off to create a uniform pill-shaped look, which should be less distracting when viewing content on the screen.
In another intriguing twist, the source also claims that Apple intends to visually expand the blackened area around the punch hole to accommodate content. For example, Apple could make the area slightly wider to accommodate the status icons on the left and right, and even expand it down into a large circular square when certain notifications are sent.
The image depicts the visual difference in the punch-hole when the display is closed (left) and open.
Similar news also comes from participatingiPhoneFoxconn employees who assembled the 14 Pro hinted at the existence of the same single-pill punch shape. Of course, these sources are difficult to verify before the product is released, and we just present this information to our readers in advance as a topic of discussion.
We’ll know if this last-minute rumor has turned out to be true next Wednesday, September 7, when Apple holds its “Far Out” media event, when the company unveils the new iPhone 14 series. We expect a 6.1-inch iPhone 14, a 6.7-inch iPhone Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max.