2020 new iPhone prototype exposed four-sided no notch, mute key design changes

According to CNBC, analysts at JPMorgan say apple’s 2020 iPhones will be changed dramatically, with the existing 5.8-inch, 6.5-inch versions changing to 5.4 inches and 6.7 inches, “bigger than” and offering a “small screen” in addition to a “larger” “Versions, that’s great, and the 6.1-inch version is further divided into high-low-level versions, and I don’t know what the specific difference between high and low is.” In other words, Apple will launch four new iPhones next year.

2020 new iPhone prototype exposed four-sided no Liuhai, mute key design changes

Photo by Ben Geskin

Today, Twitter’s well-known whistleblower Ben Geskin released information about the prototype of the new iPhone (D53). Ben Geskin says the D53’s mute key design will be redesigned from the current design to a vertical shift along the fuselage. The mute key is arguably the signature button on the iPhone, which allows users to easily switch between ringing and mute states. Currently, the mute key on the iPhone is dialed in the direction of the screen to the back.

2020 new iPhone prototype exposed four-sided no Liuhai, mute key design changes

Ben Geskin revealed a more consumer concern than the mute button change, which is that the D53 doesn’t have Liu Hai. Since Apple used the “notch screen” design on the iPhone X, the off-the-look screen has been difficult for some consumers, although many manufacturers have already used it. And when Apple takes “notch” out and keeps Face ID, it can better cater to more consumers’ aesthetic habits and be more friendly in content display.

2020 new iPhone prototype exposed four-sided no Liuhai, mute key design changes

Ben Geskin had previously revealed that the 6.7-inch version of the iPhone had killed notch while retaining the Face ID-related components. Face ID-related components are placed inside the top border. If that’s the case, the 6.7-inch version of the iPhone’s border is likely to be wider than the current iPhone border, if Apple insists on a quad-side design.

Otherwise, the D53 will continue to use the Lightning interface. Overall, judging by the renderings drawn by Ben Geskin (based on the information he has obtained), next year’s new iPhone is a high probability of re-using the comparison.

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