Apple made a patent application for an iPhone with a full screen and no notch
According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple made a patent application for an iPhone with sensors and a front camera at the bottom of the screen.
Apple’s U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has applied to [The US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO)]. With this application, Apple aims to integrate sensors and cameras into the screen on their new iPhone. With this technology solution that Apple is working on. Apple will be able to produce an iPhone with a full screen on the front side.
The iphones that will be produced in accordance with the patent application are expected to use Corning’s DVTs glass technology. With Apple’s new patent, the ability to embed superficial hardware at the bottom of the screen can also be used on other technological devices such as computers, TVs, monitors and tablets.
Despite this, Apple is not the first patent application for the camera to be embed under the screen. Prior to Apple, LG, Oppo, Samsung and Huawei had filed a patent application this year. Including the camera being embed under the screen and the front side side-to-edge display.
Unlike other companies, Samsung has also filed a patent application for a display technology that allows the device to create a hologram (screen-to-out 3d) image.