The rumored second-generation iPhone X may feature a refined TrueDepth system that’ll allow for a smaller notch, at least according to analysts via leaked documents.
Word has it that Apple will release multiple iPhone models this year, including a second-generation iPhone X model, plus a larger version of the iPhone X and yet another iPhone model with an LCD.
The info comes from a research note acquired by MacRumors.
Within the note, Barclays analysts say they expect Apple’s TrueDepth system will appear in multiple iPhone models this year, of which three are expected: a 5.8″ OLED, 6.5″ OLED, and a 6.1″ LCD model.
All three models are expected to have Apple’s TrueDepth system.
The analysts expect that the TrueDepth system will “evolve slightly” over what is found in the current iPhone X model.