Apple is soon going to hold an event in less than a week where it will launch iPhone 13 series and other devices. The company is expected to announce four new iPhone 13 models. It includes iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and iPhone 13 Mini. However, before the company would reach the launch event date, the details of the iPhone 14 emerges all of the sudden. Moreover, Tipster Jon Prosser’s new video claims to reveal the iPhone 14 design and key features. These images of the alleged iPhone 14 suggest that Apple is giving the iPhone 4 a new modern touch.
Apple iPhone 14 design leaks and key details
Apple iPhone 14 design renders are surfacing all over the Internet ahead of the launch of the iPhone 13. The images suggest that next year’s iPhone is getting a major redesign. Moreover, the Tipster Prosser uploaded image renders of the iPhone 14 Pro Max show that the notch is going away. In addition, Apple’s top-tier Pro Max iPhone model will switch to a hole-punch cutout display next year. According to Proser, it still has the Face ID sensor below the display. The hole-punch cutout will continue o house the front camera sensor. He further states that the non-Pro iPhone models of 2022 will have a notch cutout.
The images show that the glass body is surrounded by a titanium frame with round buttons same as that of the iPhone 4. Moreover, the rear panel may also face some changes. This means that the next year’s iPhone will be thicker for a bigger battery. This results in covering the bump, which means that users will get a triple-camera setup with the LiDAR sensor flat on the iPhone 14 Pro Max. In addition, as per Posser’s information, Apple will stick to the lightning port for the 2022 iPhone models.
This report has no information regarding the screen size and other internals. However, it will not be a surprise if the brand sticks to the 6.7-inch display size same as iPhone 13 Pro Max. But, anything to predict before launch is very difficult. Thus, we should first wait to see what Apple has in the store for users at the 14th September launch event.