At first, the iPhone X looked like a new direction for Apple with an almost full-screen display, the first OLED Display on an iPhone and an all-new design with the most durable glass ever in a smartphone, front and back.
There was just one cosmetic eyesore on the device that had a lot of consumers at first glance puzzled and that was the notch located at the center top of the device.
It was mocked heavily, unsightly and interrupted an otherwise flawless design. While many early adopters of the iPhone X just had to get used to it, Apple seems to have plans in the works to possibly remedy this blight.
According to a report out of Korea, Apple wants to first minimize the notch when it launches a trio of new iPhone X-like devices this year but hopes to eventually do away with it once the 2019 model rolls in.
The notch wasn’t all bad though, it allowed Apple to utilize a complex TrueDepth camera system for Face ID. It remains to be seen if such biometrics would be affected if the notch is eventually removed, but it seems that while it may have taken a while Apple had always planned on doing away with said notch eventually.