Apple has finished its iPhone 13 announcement event, introducing four new iPhone models. The latest iPhones have a better camera and a longer battery life. On all four iPhones, Apple reduced the notch by 20%. Next year’s notch will be replaced with a hole-punch cutout.

According to MacRumors, Leaker Panda claims Apple will keep the notch next year. Instead, Apple will shrink the Face ID sensors and front camera’s footprint. Contrary to earlier reports, this is the case. Apple’s Pro models, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, will have a hole-punch display next year, while non-Pro models will keep the notch. On the eve of the iPhone 13 unveiling, Jon Prosser revealed design renderings of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. According to the pictures, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will feature a hole-punch display with a notch in the top center.

Panda has a good track record with Apple leaks. It has since been removed from Weibo. Apple will continue to utilize Face ID as its main and sole method of biometric identification on the iPhone 14 models, according to the source.

The iPhone 13 Pro is said to include Face ID and Touch ID. But the speculations faded down when the iPhone 13 launched. The rumor mill said that the Pro versions may get Touch ID next year.

The Apple iPhone 14 debut event is months away. Take the leaked information with a grain of salt.