Are you looking forward to saying goodbye to the iPhone notch? Well, don’t expect it to go away any time soon: according to the latest rumors, the iPhone 13 from 2021 will still have it. The presentation of the iPhone 12 has not yet taken place, but the rumors do not stop and we are already beginning to hear information related to the 2021 models. Specifically, those related to one of the most hated characteristics of Apple mobile phones: the notch. The Cupertino company debuted the controversial eyebrow on the iPhone X. Although it was the most criticized design element of the terminal, Android mobile manufacturers ended up imitating it to give more front space to the screen. However, it has been a long time since other brands began to do without the annoying notch by introducing other solutions, such as perforated screens, pop-up front cameras, and more recently the front camera under the screen that we can already find in the ZTE Axon 20 5G. One day after the iPhone 12 is presented, there are many details that are confirmed and still many questions to answer, here you have all the information. Although new design trends have long since abandoned the use of the controversial eyebrow, Apple has kept it on their phones year after year. Until the iPhone 12 presentation event next Tuesday we cannot be 100% sure of the design of the new generation, but from the leaks we know that the notch is still present. A few weeks ago rumors began to sound that those from Cupertino are going to do without the eyebrow in the iPhone 13 of 2021, but everything seems to indicate that it will not finally be the case. The new information that has appeared today indicates that Apple will soften the design of the notch a lot, so it will be less prominent, but it will continue to preside over the screen of the device. pic.twitter.com/p622bYO2RN – Ice universe (@UniverseIce) October 7, 2020 This is what the popular leaker Ice Universe affirms, who has shared a sketch in which we can see what the design change is through his Twitter account . We have left you the tweet on these lines so you can see it. Now we can only wait until next Tuesday to see first-hand the new iPhone 12. At ComputerHoy.com we will carry out extensive coverage of the keynote, so stay tuned and follow the event with us.