For a few months now, the iPhone 13 series has been launched. The rumor mill has already started working on the next iPhone with the start of the new year. The upcoming Apple smartphone, dubbed iPhone 14 series, will, according to the latest report, have several improvements over its predecessor. The upcoming Apple iPhone will, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman (via MacRumors), include a much-anticipated change: the removal of the notch. Apple will remove the notch on “some iPhone 14 models” due out later this year, according to the analyst. The Pro models are expected to get the hole-punch treatment, while the standard models will keep the notch.
Apple iPhone 14 display features
If the global supply chain and engineering situation remain stable, the Apple iPhone 14 series will be released in September. The company is expected to release at least four new iPhone 14 models. Two of the new iPhones will be labeled “Pro,” and one of them will almost certainly have a hole-punch cutout in the top center. The Face ID sensors could be pushed beneath the display with the hole punch, while the front camera would be housed within the cutout.
The cutout could appear on the Pro models, which are expected to have displays measuring 6.1 and 6.7 inches. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and The Elec, the wide notch will continue to be found on non-Pro devices. The mini iPhone is expected to be replaced by a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max.
The company is said to use a 48MP main camera sensor on the Pro models. According to design renders leaked by tipster Jon Prosser, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a triple-camera setup on the back and a titanium build.
Apple will release a new entry-level MacBook Air with an M2 chip, which is slightly faster than the M1 chip, according to Gurman. The new M-series chip will almost certainly have an 8-core CPU like the M1, but a 9-core or 10-core GPU. Wireless charging support for the iPad Pro series, three new Apple Watch models, a new iPhone SE with 5G, and the long-rumored AR/VR headset are among the other upgrades. Apple is expected to release a smaller Mac Pro with the M-series chip alongside a new Mac mini and a larger iMac.
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