The Apple iPhone 13 release date is nearing and we are just a week away from witnessing the new series of smartphones. Further, the series will consist of the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Now, ahead of the iPhone 13 launch, the iPhone 14 Pro Max has surfaced online in a massive leak. This got the iPhone 14 2022 series of phones trending a week ahead of the upcoming iPhone 13 launch.
Popular tipster Jon Prosser has taken to his official YouTube handle which goes by the name of FRONT PAGE TECH, to upload a video which reveals everything you need to know about the upcoming iPhone 14 series. In the video, Prosser leaks the iPhone 14 design and a couple of other details. So, here is a quick rundown of everything that the new video tells us about the upcoming 2022 series.
iPhone 14 Design Renders
Now, going by the new iPhone 14 series leaks by Jon Prosser and his team at FRONT PAGE TECH, we can understand a couple of things. Firstly, Apple is definitely going to step up their game with this one. Secondly, the company will finally give the iPhone series a big redesign of sorts with a modernised design approach.
Jon Prosser has leaked the design renders of the iPhone 14 Pro Max from the series. This reveals that the smartphone will come with a notchless design. So, finally, months after the users asking when will Apple get rid of the launch, here is their answer. Moreover, this sort of debunks the rumour that the upcoming iPhone 13 will come with a notchless design. The massive leak subtly hints at the fact that we will get to see a notchless design on iPhones next year and not this year.
However, one thing to note here is that the non-Pro models of the iPhone 14 series will not come with a notchless design. So, only the high-end Pro models will be getting this new design, according to Prosser. The video also reveals the back panel design of the iPhone 14. Now, here is where a comparison with the iPhone 4 comes in.
An Upgraded iPhone 4 Design?
Just like the iPhone 4, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will come with a glass body. Moreover, the body will be enveloped within a titanium frame. We will also be seeing round buttons like on the iPhone 4. Now, Prosser also mentions in the video that the upcoming series will be thicker than any of the iPhones. This is because of the fact that they will pack bigger batteries to offer more juice to users.
Further, the video reveals that the increased thickness will actually allow the camera bump to completely flatten out. So, we will be seeing a triple rear camera setup accompanied by LiDAR sensor in a flat camera module at the back. According to Prosser, the upcoming iPhone 2022 models will retain the Lightning port.
However, the new and trending report does not reveal anything about the display size of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro Max. We can expect to see a similar 6.7-inch display size on the most high-end model. Moreover, the upcoming iPhone 13 will reportedly come with this screen size. More about the iPhone 13 series devices will be unveiled during the upcoming California Streaming Apple event scheduled for September 14, 2021.
iPhone 14 Series Specs Revealed
Another tipster Ross Young took to Twitter to reveal the complete iPhone 14 specs. However, this is just a leak and nothing is confirmed. So, we do request you to take this with a pinch of salt. The Apple iPhone 14 specs will include a Flexible OLED display. On the processor front, the series will be powered by the Apple A16 Bionic chipset which will reportedly be based on a 4nm architecture process. Moreover, we will be seeing a 120Hz display on the high-end models in the series.
Furthermore, the vanilla iPhone 14 has been tipped to come with a dual rear camera setup. However, the other models in the series will come with a triple rear camera setup. We will also be seeing larger batteries on the iPhone 14 series models. Moreover, the Pro models will come with Under Display Face ID as well.
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