If you haven't bought the iPhone 11 yet, then it might make sense to wait for the next model.
Apple has done a lot of work on the new iPhones. But the next generation may receive one significant improvement in the form of the disappearance of the characteristic protrusion at the top of the screen, the so-called. notch. This design element caused a lot of controversy, as many users did not like it, which did not prevent other smartphone manufacturers from starting mass production of similar devices. The protrusion really looks strange and controversial. But it allowed for a slightly larger screen size, while still allowing for the sophisticated TrueDepth camera system that Face ID would not have been possible without.
But well-known designer and whistleblower Ben Geskin, whose predictions have repeatedly come true, claims that the 2020 iPhone will have no protrusion. The company will be able to remove it by significantly reducing the size of the TrueDepth system. It will become so narrow that it can be easily placed in the top panel, without the need for additional protrusions. This will also increase the screen size a little more. Geskin claims that the top model will reach 6.7 inches, without increasing the size of the device itself.
However, we should not forget that all this is nothing more than speculation, no one can yet know exactly what the iPhone 12 will be like. But all sorts of reports regularly appear on the Web, according to which the new generation of Apple smartphones will receive a USB-C connector built into the Touch ID screen (not to replace, but to supplement Face ID) and 5G support for the entire line. There are even claims that the company may present us with its first folding model, but this sounds too incredible.