iPhone 14 Pro models to get bigger batteries, e-SIM technology: Goodbye SIM card?
The Apple Far out event is just a day away from unveiling the new iPhone 14 series. The specifications and features have already been frequently making headlines for months now. From the new iPhone 14 Max to upgrading the camera and other features on the iPhone 14 Pro, we have heard a lot of things about the iPhone 14 lineup so far. And now a new leak has tipped its battery details. iPhone 14 Pro is tipped to arrive with a bigger battery capacity. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman in his Power On newsletter, shared that Apple will increase the battery size of the iPhone 14 Pro models compared to last year.
Earlier in June, it was reported that iPhone 14 base variant with a 6.1-inch display will be powered by a bigger 3,279mAh battery compared to the 3,240 mAh battery of the iPhone 13 while the new iPhone 14 Max will have 4325 mAh battery capacity, iPhone 14 Pro will be equipped with 3200 mAh while iPhone 14 Pro Max will pack a 4,323mAh battery which is less than the iPhone 13 Pro's 4,352mAh battery. However, Gurman shared that the iPhone high end models are likely to arrive with bigger batteries. Additionally, he also listed out some of the major upgrades that we might get to see on the upcoming iPhone 14 line up. Check out what all changes we can expect on the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
Expected changes and upgrades on iPhone 14 Pro models
1. Auto-focus on the front for the first time
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2. Facial-recognition sensors improvement
3. New 48MP wide-angle camera with improved telephoto and ultrawide-angle sensors as well as video recording and low light photography enhancements
4. The powerful A16 chipset
5. Slightly larger overall and slimmer bezels.
6. A revamped notch area for the camera and Face ID sensors
Apart from this, he mentioned that Apple is also focusing on eSIM technology with carriers preparing to lure users toward the digital, embedded SIM cards instead of physical ones. He wrote, “In fact, Apple has considered removing the physical SIM card slot altogether beginning either this year or next for some models.”