Tech Blogs based in India 91mobiles It posted a series of renders on Wednesday, which it claims are based on leaked factory CAD images of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro.
Apple is widely expected to remove the notch on the Pro model in the iPhone 14 series, and the images reveal what Apple’s flagship device will look like, with a hole-punch and pill-shaped cutout near the top of the display.
Combining rumors and leaks indicate that in the absence of a notch, a hole will be used for the Face ID dot projector, while the pill-shaped cutout will house the front camera and the Face ID infrared camera. The CAD images reveal that the speaker grille will remain embedded in the top bezel.
Contrary to a rumour, the rear of the device looks largely unchanged from the iPhone 13 Pro, with the triple-lens array housed in the camera bump that protrudes from the chassis. In September, YouTube leaker John Prosser claimed that the iPhone 14 would have a thicker chassis, allowing for no camera bump, with the lens, LED flash, and LiDAR scanner sitting flush with the rear glass, but that’s not what’s here. have been shown.
Proser sources also claimed that the new model will feature round volume buttons and a redesigned speaker and microphone grille, but again, these latest CAD renders only show the rectangular buttons and grille that iPhone users are already familiar with. Will be
Apple is expected to release four iPhone 14 series models this year, including two 6.1-inch and two 6.7-inch sizes, thus skipping the “mini” version we saw in the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 series Was. The hole-punch and pill-shaped cutouts are expected to appear only on the highest-end iPhone 14 variants, while the two lower-end iPhone 14 models will continue to feature a notch.
It is also claimed that Apple will try to differentiate the Pro and non-Pro further this year, with only the Pro model getting a new A16 Bionic processor, while the non-Pro model will have the same A15 processor found in the iPhone 13 . Chain.
The latter rumor is particularly intriguing, especially coming from distinguished analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The last time Apple reused a previous generation processor in a new flagship iPhone model, you have to go back to the original iPhone and the iPhone 3G, which both used the same 412MHz ARM 11 chips. Check out our comprehensive roundup of everything we know about the iPhone 14.