Since the iPhone X, the cutout in the display for the front camera and Face ID sensors has been one of the biggest topics of criticism. A slight change in the size of the cutout last year was discussed no less than this year, when the famous “monobrow” should turn into something a little more modern. How exactly, they will show in a week. But this does not mean that there will be less insides.

For a long time, renders with assumptions about the appearance of the front part of the new iPhone 14 models depicted two separate cutouts: one small for the camera, and a slightly larger one for Face ID. Now, according to MacRumors, which is also confirmed by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the cutout should be one long whole for the camera and sensors.

Additionally, it notes that Apple “intends to visually expand the darkened areas around the cutouts to accommodate content.” Something similar was also assumed last year, when the cutput became smaller. But then the new space did not change the “habits” of the system.

Now, these darkened areas of the new models will theoretically be able to show indicators for the camera and microphone, and a touch on them will be able to show which applications are currently using them. Also, due to a change in the shape of the cutout, the interface of the camera application may change.

We will remind that Apple has already invited to the presentation of new iPhone, which will take place on September 7 at 20:00 Kyiv time. The live broadcast will be available on the company’s website, on YouTube and Apple TV.