If you are a fan of the iPhone, you are probably considering whether a file iPhone 14 Worth the wait or not… but have you considered waiting two years to get the iPhone 16?

According to a trusted analyst Ming Chi KuoApple will wait until 2024 to release its bottom camera technology (UDC), and it will push Face ID under the screen as well. This is the year we expect to see the iPhone 16, if Apple doesn’t decide to take a year to release the S variant as it has in the past.

UDC technology allows the selfie camera to be placed under the screen, so you can’t see it in a jiffy, and some companies, including Samsung and ZTE, have already released phones that use this.

However, it is not an ideal way at the moment to reduce the screen space occupied by the front camera. The screen prevents a certain amount of light from reaching the camera sensor, so selfies often end up looking very dull or dark, and while companies have used processing algorithms to compensate for this, it’s never an ideal solution.

This will be more of an issue for Face ID, as the sensors require good lighting to scan your face and unlock the phone.

Kuo’s post mentions “quality improvements” for the front camera on Apple’s iPhone 2024 devices, but it’s not clear whether he says these improvements are in progress, or simply indicates that they are significant.