iPhone 14 leaked images show a hole-punch display, no camera bump

The launch of Apple’s iPhone 13 is less than a week away. Apple is expected to reveal four new iPhone 13 models, including the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and the 13 mini. Details about the iPhone 14 have surfaced online ahead of the upcoming California Streaming Apple event and the iPhone 13 models going on sale. Jon Prosser, a tipster, has posted a new video claiming to reveal the iPhone 14 design and other important details. According to these leaked iPhone 14 images, Apple is giving the iPhone 4 a modern makeover. 

Apple iPhone 14 renders have been leaked

The design of the Apple iPhone 14 has leaked online ahead of the iPhone 13 launch event. The images suggest that the iPhone will be completely redesigned next year.

The notch is going away, according to Prosser’s image renders of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Next year, Apple’s top-tier Pro Max iPhone model will adopt a hole-punch cutout display. Prosser believes the Face ID sensors, which are located beneath the display, are still present. The front camera sensor will remain in the hole-punch cutout. He also claims that the non-Pro iPhone models of 2022 will have a notch cutout.

The glass body is encased in a titanium frame with round buttons that look similar to those on the iPhone 4. There are also significant changes to the back panel. Apple’s iPhone will be thicker next year to accommodate a larger battery. This will also cover the bump, resulting in a triple-camera setup with the LiDAR sensor slapped flat on the iPhone 14 Pro Max for users. In case you were wondering, according to Prosser’s leaked information, Apple will stick to the Lightning port for the 2022 iPhone models.

There are no details about the screen size or any other internals in the report. It wouldn’t be surprising if Apple sticks to the 6.7-inch display size that the iPhone 13 Pro Max is expected to have. It’s too early to say whether the leaked design is accurate, especially since the phone won’t be released for another year. Meanwhile, we’ll have to wait until September 14 to see what Apple has in store for users at the California Streaming Apple event.

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