We’ve heard plenty of rumours about the design of the iPhone 16, with the next generation of Apple‘s smartphone said to be gaining, among other things, a redesigned camera layout and larger screens. And if new rumours are to be believed, design changes could be having an impact on FaceID too.

According to new reports, Apple has ditched one of its suppliers, specifically the one responsible for sensors related to the FaceID camera. This is due to significant “design changes” for the iPhone 16. (In the market for new gear? Check out the best early Apple Amazon Prime Day deals.)