On September 14, Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 family, but we’re already talking about the iPhone 14 family. The iPhone 14 Pro is now on the horizon.
As you may recall, Jon Prosser, a solid source for Apple, surprised everyone last week by revealing the “possible” first design of the iPhone 14 models, which will be released in September 2022. Although the design on this page isn’t perfect, it has a high level of realism.
Ming-Chi Kuo has now spoken out for phones, focusing on the iPhone 14 Pro model in particular. According to the source, the 14 Pro model will, as expected, have a screen hole for the selfie camera. Parts of the TrueDepth camera system, which powers Face ID, will be visible in this model.
A 48-megapixel main camera will also be included in the 14 Pro model. Apple, which already has a 12-megapixel primary camera on the iPhone 13s, will set a new standard with 48-megapixels.
Telephoto and ultra-wide-angle cameras have yet to be announced, but their resolution may increase as well. It can stay at a 12-megapixel resolution if it does not increase.
Here’s what we know about the iPhone 14 family:
According to Ross Young, the iPhone 14s will feature four different models, but no “mini” iPhone will be released in 2022. The names 14, 14 Pro, 14 Max, and 14 Pro Max are likely to be used for the new series. Two 6.08-inch and two 6.68-inch iPhones will be available in 2022.
Not all iPhone 14s will have a 120 Hz display, according to Ross Young. This has been said before, but it is possible that it is not correct. Only the Pro, Max, and Pro Max models in the new family can display at 120 Hz. Another model could have a 60 Hz OLED display.
Only the iPhone 14 model will have a dual-camera on the back, according to the family, which will be powered by the same 4 nm A16 Bionic processor. On the back of the other three models, a triple camera will be used. Of course, the phones with the allegedly growing batteries will continue to support 5G.