Apple may be still a long way from launching the iPhone 14 series, but rumours and leaks about the new iPhones are frequently surfacing. The latest ones include the CAD renders of both the vanilla iPhone 14 variants (from MySmartPrice) and the iPhone 14 Pro variants (from 91Mobiles). These add to the earlier reports suggesting that the iPhone 14 Pro will be ditching the notch. Well, if you thought the Cupertino giant will kill the notch for good, it may not be this year as the iPhone 14 renders do share a similar design language as the iPhone 13 lineup.
iPhone 14 Pro CAD renders
The very obvious difference is the ‘pill+hole’ cutout on the iPhone 14 Pro models. The exact details of the underlying sensors and stuff aren’t clear at this point. But, we can safely assume the pill will have a Face ID emitter and IR sensor inside while the selfie camera will be within the hole.
Besides a fresh look on an iPhone fascia, the good thing about this design would be the extra space for the status row.
Rest, everything about the design is familiar.
iPhone 14 CAD renders
Speaking of which, the only notable difference in the iPhone 14 design is a thicker glass shield on the back camera panel.
CAD renders of both iPhones reveal a lightning port (alas, no USB-C this time too!), 5G Antenna cutouts, volume rockers, power key, ring/silent switch, SIM tray, mics, and speaker grille. These are more or less in the same arrangement as you’d expect them to be.
In an earlier report, we had learned that both iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models will come in 6.1 inch and 6.7-inch display sizes. If you’re wondering about iPhone 14 mini, scratch that, as instead you may get an iPhone 14 Max.
But, the bigger difference may be in their internal machinery. iPhone 14 duo are rumoured to borrow the same Apple A15 Bionic processor and LPDDR4x RAM while the Pro edition iPhones would ship with Apple A16 Bionic chip.
Now, Apple rumours don’t always match reality. So, as is often the case with leaks, take all of these details with a pinch of salt.
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|Release Date:||13 Sep 2022|
|Variant:||128 GB/8 GB RAM|