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The “exclamation mark” screen on all new iPhones has sparked heated debate. Many prefer “bangs”

Sources confirm that in the iPhone 15 lineup, all models will feature the new dual-notch screens that will debut only on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models this year.

According to Mydrivers, this news caused a heated discussion among users of social networks. And opinions are divided: some users are very positive about this change, believing that it will significantly widen the difference between new and old iPhones, encourage more users to buy phones and allow Apple to set a new sales record next year.

The other part is quite skeptical about these changes. Since the first images of the dual notch iPhone 14 Pro, many have been complaining that the screen looks “ugly”. They note that essentially nothing has changed in terms of displaying information: the screen at the top will show as much data as in the case of bangs. That is, there is no practical benefit from these cutouts.

This category of users believe that Apple is implementing this change solely for show, but users do not benefit from this innovation.

The standard version of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max (Plus) may be the last Apple smartphones with notches.

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