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Apple got tired of the cutouts in the iPhone screens, and he decided to “delete” them

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Releasing the iPhone X in 2017, Apple introduced a new fashion for cutouts in the screen, which they began to call "bangs", "monobrow" and so on. To date, there are practically no current models on the market with such cutouts, but Apple continues to use them.
Apple got tired of the cutouts in the iPhone screens, and she decided to “delete” them

From the very beginning, the company tried not to stick out this detail once again. On many official images and on the Apple website, smartphones were often depicted so that cutouts were not striking.


But for some reason, right now, when in general the majority have long since calmed down on this issue, Apple decided not just to somehow hide the cutout on their iPhone, but simply delete it. This is the title image of the official Apple Support Twitter page.

Apple got tired of the cutouts in the iPhone screens, and she decided to “delete” them

As you can see, the smartphone in the girl’s hand on the right at first glance is devoid of any cutouts. But if you bring it closer, you can see a curious detail.

Apple got tired of the cutouts in the iPhone screens, and she decided to “delete” them

Saying that Apple did not find a specialist who could “remove” the cutout without any trace is clearly pointless. This means that the company intentionally did exactly as they did - painted over the cutout but left it visible.


As for the smartphone on the left, there is no cutout there either, but, apparently, it is hidden programmatically. Why Apple went to such a frank distortion of their own products is unclear.

Source, Twitter.com

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