iPhone 14 leaks: Upcoming iPhone series has a surprise; check it out
Apple is likely to launch the iPhone 14 lineup with a bunch of changes.
Apple is preparing to launch its next-generation of iPhones with a bunch of new features. While the launch is still months away, leaks and rumors regarding the designs, specifications and features have already taken over the internet, giving us an idea how the new phones are going to look like. Tipsters have already been hinting at the expected features and designs. Now a YouTube video shared by EverythingApplePro has summarised all the iPhone 14 leaks so far. As per this, the iPhone 14 Pro will come with a subtle shape change. The tech giant is likely to opt for the dual cutout design for iPhone 14 Pro's notch as well as a bigger screen size.
EverythingApplePro suggests that the iPhone will also get thinner bezels leading to a new corner radius, incorporating more screen and less bezel. However, the non-pro models i.e, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will reportedly retain the notch this year.
Not only the display size, but Apple is also expected to jazz up the iPhone 14 Pro models' cameras. iPhone 14 Pro has a noticeably larger camera shape than what you can see on the current iPhone 13 Pro. The iPhone 14 Pro rear camera is said to be 1.92 mm taller and 1.72 mm wider to accommodate bigger cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro. This year Apple is likely to upgrade the iPhone camera from 12 megapixel to 48 megapixel on Pro models.
While the high-end iPhones iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are rumored as the more exciting updates coming this fall, the standard iPhone 14 is expected to retain several common features as Apple's current phones. The Pro models are likely to be powered by the new upgraded A16 chipset, however, the non-pro models will retain the current A15 chipset.
Well! That's not all. EverythingApplePro also shared the possibility of a purple iPhone joining the Pro lineup. Apple introduced a purple iPhone 12 model last spring.
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