# **Mysterious problem causing iPhone to miss appointment with Face ID under the screen** **Leaked sources say that Face ID feature under iPhone screen will not appear before 2025. Problem with drag sensor delaying this plan.** Many people expect a high-end (iPhone)(https://zingnews.vn/tieu-diem/iphone.html) with a screen without the top notch to appear in after. However, that dream seems unlikely to come true. According to a Twitter post by analyst Ross Young, a “rumor expert” who frequently correctly predicts Apple’s upcoming product launches, the plan to bring Face ID below the screen “is pushed back.” at least one year, to 2025 or later”. At the same time, Young said the cause of this delay was sensor-related issues. Face ID on the iPhone contains a host of sophisticated sensors, including an infrared camera and an infrared projector, that work in conjunction with the front camera. He didn’t provide more details on the problem, so it’s still unclear what mysterious reason is actually preventing Apple from putting everything under the screen. According to *Macrumors*, if this information is correct, users will have to wait until the “iPhone 17 Pro” version to use Face ID under the screen. In addition, the timeframe also contradicts a source from the Korean site *Elec*, which claims that the new feature will appear next year. Although the iPhone has remained the same notch since 2017, Apple has gradually reduced the black band at the top of the screen over time. Last year, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max had a new feature – Dynamic Island – that partially hidden and turned the notch into an interactive area for entertainment features and other applications. Contrary to the fact that Apple took so long to find a way to remove the notch, the Android world quickly came up with many solutions to make smartphone screens more seamless. The ZTE Axon 20 5G launched in 2020 is the first phone with an under-display front camera, but its selfie capabilities are less than impressive. However, many higher-end Android phones are starting to use under-display cameras, including the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Fold 4, and ZTE nubia RedMagic 7S Pro.