Design of iPhone 14 Pro Max leaked! This is what Apple may have for you
Leaked iPhone 14 Pro Max dummies have confirmed the existence of the dual-punch hole design. Know the details here.
The iPhone 14 series has already suffered several leaks over the last few months. With the iPhone 14 launch looming, several leaksters are treating Apple fans with more information about what is likely to come. The latest iPhone 14 leaks are about dummies. Yes, iPhone 14 dummies. A Twitter user named DuanRui, has shared the expected iPhone 14 design and he has posted pictures of these.
These iPhone 14 dummies appear to be an iPhone 14 Pro Max based on the size of the camera bump in comparison to the rest of the body. It goes on to prove one thing at least and that is, the iPhone 14 Pro models will ditch the notch this time. Yes, the Pro models are expected to escape the old notch design. These iPhone 14 Pro Max dummies suggest that it will feature the split punch hole design. The pill-shaped-wider element is expected to be the Face ID system which needs an IR illuminator and an IR camera, while the punch hole in the new FaceTime camera will have an autofocus feature, GSMArena report reveals.
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Apart from that, if we check what all the leaks and rumours have been suggesting then the first thing to know is that Apple may launch four models this year, the vanilla iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, and the special Pro models, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. All the game-changing features are likely to be restricted to the Pro models.
Sadly, the standard non-Pro iPhone 14 models will continue with the older design of the previous iPhones and may also have older chips.
According to the previous leaks, iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will feature a 48MP main camera and will have an upgraded Apple A16 Bionic chipset. On the other hand, the standard versions are expected to continue with the current A15 Bionic chipset as well as the 12MP rear cameras.
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