Apple is expected to debut the iPhone 14 series later this year. The iPhone 14 series is believed to have four models: the standard iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Pro, the iPhone 14 Plus, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. If you look closely, you’ll note that there’s no mention of the iPhone 14 Mini, which is because the iPhone 12 and 13 Mini apparently performed poorly in markets. Now, a new leak showcases the cases of the upcoming iPhones. Let’s take a closer look at the iPhone 14 series, and everything we know so far.
iPhone 14 Pro Max Could Have a Larger Camera Module Than iPhone 13 Pro Max
The case design for the forthcoming iPhones has been revealed in a fresh leak by tipster DuanRai. According to the cases, the 14 Pro models have a triple-camera configuration as well as cutouts for the LiDAR sensor, TrueTone flash, and a microphone. Non-Pro versions retain a dual-camera arrangement, a microphone, and an LED flash within the square-shaped camera module.
DuanRui also released a side-by-side comparison of the sizes of the 14 Pro Max’s alleged camera housing. The 14 Pro Max appears to be larger, which could indicate new camera equipment for the 14 Pro Max.
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Previous claims by famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo indicated that the iPhone 14 Pro would have a 48MP primary camera and the iPhone 15 series will include a periscope zoom lens. According to reports, the iPhone 14 series will do away with the full-sized notch in favour of a punch-hole camera, possibly a single or a pill-shaped one with FaceID incorporated in.
According to some rumours, only Apple’s Pro models will receive the new A16 processor this year, while the 14 and 14 ‘Plus’ will continue to employ the A15 seen in Apple’s iPhone 13 series.
In other news, According to @iHacktu, the Apple iPhone 14 series handsets will be formally revealed on September 13th. Pre-orders for the newly announced products are slated to begin on September 16th, with shipments beginning on September 23rd.
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