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Notchless iPhone appears in Apple TV+ series ‘Ted Lasso’: Apple’s new design hint?

Aug 31, 2021 19:17 IST | By Editorji News Desk

Eagle eyed Apple TV+ viewers have spotted something interesting in the sixth episode of the second season of comedy series Ted Lasso.

During a few different scenes, an iPhone with no notch and rounded corners seems to appear in the episode, a design not featured in any of Apple’s current iPhone offerings.

This has led to social media users speculating about whether Apple could be hinting at a new notchless iPhone design through this popular show on their platform.

Also Read: iPhone 13 may get satellite communication abilities, can make calls without network: report

Apple normally maintains great secrecy about its new designs, and various reports have indicated that the upcoming iPhone 13 series will maintain the notch design seen on current iPhone models. Therefore, this rumour should be taken with a pinch of salt.

However, this may indicate Apple’s plans to move to a notchless display design in the future.

The iPhone 13 Series is expected to launch in September.

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