Apple plans to make the front panel of the future iPhone fully covered with a display without any cutouts. An analytical note from GF Securities claims that the company may soon use a special black coating for the front camera of the iPhone, which allows the lens to disappear from view without sacrificing the quality of photos and videos. The developer of this camouflage technology is Largan, whose list of customers includes Apple. The note states that several smartphone manufacturers will be able to bring technology to the market in 2020. If possible, this will help eliminate some of the biggest design inconveniences around the monobrow that appeared on the iPhone X last year and is not popular with users around the world. The coating will only hide the camera, and so it will remain in its original place. However, by 2020, technology may already appear that can take the camera out of the display, then such coverage will not be needed.