We know how the new panel of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will be done thanks to a leak that just surfaced on the internet; will it be like this?
Instead of the elusive notch, the schematic image for the new iPhone 14 Pro shows the true dimensions of the front panel design, which consists of a pill and a hole.
There have been numerous rumors about what design changes Apple may have in store for this year’s flagship, particularly regarding the notch. While early reports suggested that the notch would be completely phased out in favor of a new perforation design, more recent reports suggested that Apple was instead planning a “hole + pill” design.
The screen image of the iPhone 14 Pro has been revealed
A newly leaked diagram posted on Weibo claims to provide a more detailed look at this panel, including the new element’s exact dimensions.
A user on Weibo posted the image above, claiming to show a more detailed diagram of the iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max. Jon Prosser claims to have “been able to independently verify” and confirmed that the post accurately represents the design that Apple will use in a YouTube video posted Saturday.
Apple appears to “take the components of the notch and apply them directly into the display, eliminating any waste areas that do not include the cameras or sensors,” according to Apple Track. While the change is certain to be contentious, it should, in theory, be less intrusive than the notch.
Display Supply Chain Consultants analyst Ross Young first reported on Apple’s plans for a hole + pill design earlier this year.
According to reports, the iPhone 14 will be available in two screen sizes: 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch. Apple is expected to offer standard and “Pro” versions of each screen size, which could lead to a lineup that looks like this: Pro, Pro Max, Standard, Standard Max, Standard, Standard Max, Standard, Standard Max, Standard, Standard Max, Standard,
One thing to keep in mind is that this iconic design will only be available in Pro iterations. The notch, on the other hand, will remain on the other two models.
The new lineup is expected to be unveiled in September, as is customary. Keep in touch to stay up to date on this.
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