Insider says the notchless all-screen phones of our dreams are coming next year
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: we saw all kinds of kicking and screaming about a new feature of Apple’s iPhone X when the phone was first announced. Then, all of the complaining stopped shortly after the iPhone X was released, and now the feature everyone was whining about is a staple in the smartphone industry. It happens all the time, and this time around we’re of course talking about the notch at the top of the iPhone X’s display. People didn’t know what to make of it at first, but their go-to reaction is always outrage. Once they started to use the iPhone X, they forgot the notch even existed. Android phone makers didn’t forget though, and just about every company out there has stolen Apple’s design. So once again, the new Apple feature everyone was so upset about became an industry standard.
As we mentioned above, the iPhone X’s notch is something users don’t even notice anymore. Even still, wouldn’t it be nice if that space was occupied by more display instead of a notch? We’ve heard rumblings that the tech needed to eliminate the notch is in the works, but a new report from an industry insider claims we might see notchless all-screen phones hit the market as soon as next year.