Apple will unveil next fall a new generation of iPhone 14, which should be quite revolutionary compared to current models, since the Pro and Pro Max versions will adopt a new design.
While the iPhone 14 would be Apple’s last smartphone with a notch, the Pro and Pro Max models will benefit from a new design with two punches at the top of the screen. Although the official presentation of smartphones does not take place before the end of the year, we already have a good idea of what the phones should look like.
Indeed, last week, our colleagues from 91mobiles had managed to get their hands on CAD files which revealed the design of the latest prototypes of iPhone 14 Pro to date of the manufacturer, and this one looks very different from the iPhone 13 Pro. Designer David Kowalski of @xleaks7 was able to create new renders that give us a better look at the redesign of the device.
iPhone 14 Pro ditches the notch for a pill and punch
This year, the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro Max will benefit froma punch at the top of the screenlike most Android smartphones for years, but this one will have the particularity of being accompanied bya pill housing the TrueDepth sensors for Face ID. As can be seen on the renders, although the notch is absent, the sensors still take up a lot of space at the top of the screen.
On the back, we notice that the photo sensors are slightly more prominent than on the previous generation. In question, the transition from 12 MP sensors to larger 48 MP sensors. We therefore imagine that smartphones will be significantly more wobbly when they are placed on a table without a shell.
In addition to the arrival of new photo sensors, the iPhone 14s are also expected to benefit from better autonomy than their predecessors, thanks in particular to a new 5G and Wi-Fi chip engraved by TSMC. Finally, we know that unlike previous years, not all iPhone 14 models would benefit from the same Apple A16 chip, since the 14 and 14 Max models should make do with an A15 chip.