iPhone 14 Pro — all the rumors and leaks so far


Everything we know about the iPhone 14 Pro so far is included below.

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Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro is expected to revolutionise the iPhone line by introducing a design that is significantly different from the iPhone 13 Pro. Everything from the demise of the notch to Touch ID’s comeback has been mentioned in the rumours so far.

As impressive as the iPhone 13 Pro is, it’s hard to argue that it’s a slam dunk above the previous generation. Since the iPhone 11 Pro, there hasn’t been a significant advancement in the iPhone lineup as a whole.


There’s no doubt that Apple will have to up its game to compete with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Google Pixel 6 Pro. As far as we know, Apple’s next Pro model seems to be capable of achieving precisely that, as seen by the many leaks and reports. The iPhone 14 Pro, on the other hand, may feature a few major distinctions from the other iPhone 14s.

iPhone 14 Pro’s features and what we expect to see are listed below.

The rumoured release date and pricing of the iPhone 14 Pro.

Naturally, Apple is exceedingly secretive when it comes to the release dates and prices of its next iPhones. However, based on recent launches, we believe the iPhone 14 series will be released in September.


iPhone 14 might be unveiled on September 13 and released 10 days later on September 22, according to Apple’s prior trends, however this is just conjecture. Please see our iPhone 14 release date forecast.

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Engineered validation testing (EVT) began in late March for all iPhone 14 models, including the Pro. Since all four phones planned in this line will have the same design, we may assume that the stories we’ve heard about them will be true.

According to LeaksApplePro, the price of three of the four iPhone 14 versions is expected to rise, but that’s just speculation.


At $1,099, the iPhone 14 Pro would represent a $100 premium over the current iPhone 13 Pro, which retails for a starting price of $999. The price of the iPhone 14 Pro Max is expected to rise to $1,199. With such a large jump in price, the next-generation iPhone 14’s top end will be beyond of reach for most people.

Visit our early look at the iPhone 14 vs. 14 Pro to see the greatest changes in years.

Pro design of the iPhone 14

According to tipster Jon Prosser, secret information has led to a series of renderings that show the iPhone 14 Pro in a new light.


Renders by Prosser show the iPhone 14 Pro with three cameras integrated into the rear. The iPhone 14 Pro seems to be quite similar to the iPhone 13 in some competitor schematics, so if that sounds good to you, you could be disappointed. For the first time, the iPhone 14 Pro has a raised camera array, and it’s even larger than the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The new phones are also believed to be 0.2 millimetres thicker.

According to some sources, the camera module would grow in size as well. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is well-known for his accuracy, believes that this is because a 48MP camera requires a bigger module. Since the new module’s corners have a curved shape, a recent rumour indicates the corners of the iPhone 14Pro (but not the ProMax) will grow rounder to match.

According to several iPhone 14 Pro speculations, the now-famous display notch will be gone. There will be two ‘cutouts’ for Face ID, says Ross Young, a display expert at Forrester Research.


A Weibo user has shared an apparent schematic of what the iPhone 14 Pro design would look like. As for the notch, we aren’t convinced this is an upgrade.

ShrimpApplePro, a Twitter leaker going by the handle VNchocoTaco, claims to have CAD renderings and exact specs of the next iPhone 14 Pro Max. Since then, IceUniverse has also confirmed that the new Pro Max will have a slightly larger and deeper screen, as well as a smaller bezel. An up-close depiction of the display’s front has also been published by ShrimpApplePro, which shows a little pill-shaped cutout adjacent to the camera punch hole.

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Display Supply Chain Consultants, an analysis organisation, has once again emphasised the possibility of an iPhone 14 Pro with cutouts for two cameras. If you want a notch-free display on your next iPhone, you’ll have to wait another year for the regular model, which makes it even more appealing.


One more set of CAD renderings has shown us what the notch-free iPhone 14 Pro may look like so far. Even though the asymmetrical design appears out of place on an Apple device, its uniqueness is undeniable.

Touch ID was rumoured to be returning as an under-display fingerprint scanner in the early going. However, the verdict is still out on whether or not this is a real possibility. A few years down the road, Ming Chi-Kuo thinks there won’t be an iPhone with Touch ID or Face ID. Face ID’s absence would have been a major setback, given the prevalence of masks in today’s society.

Face ID, on the other hand, is now able to detect a person even if they are wearing a mask thanks to iOS 15.4. Because it works so effectively, Apple may have avoided the need for fingerprint-based authentication altogether.


So yet, there’s only been one leak on the iPhone 14 Pro’s colour possibilities, and it’s been erased. For the first time, a dark purple hue has been rumoured for this year’s Pro iPhones, a Chinese leaker claims.

This latest iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max leak comes courtesy of Weibo. This picture suggests that the screen sizes for the next generation of Pro devices will not change. 6.1 and 6.7 inches are the measurements.

USB-C port on the iPhone 14 Professional

The iPhone 14 Pro is said to contain a USB-C connection, which makes sense given how many of Apple’s current products support the connector. The most current speculations, on the other hand, indicate that Apple will continue with Lightning rather than USB-C, but instead use newer Lightning connectors with USB 3.0 data transfer speeds instead. It comes as the European Union draws closer to making USB-C the standard charger for portable devices such as smartphones.

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Having USB-C on the iPhone 14 Pro, for certain individuals, would be a must. The Lightning connection, on the other hand, is perhaps the worst part of the iPhone since it is susceptible to wear and tear. As a result, charging your phone may be quite tough. The Lightning standard and Apple’s ecosystem of accessories have already established Apple as unlikely to quit them unless forced to.

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The dynamic refresh rate display of the iPhone 13 Pro was one of the most significant enhancements. In order to preserve battery life, the screen might reduce its refresh rate from 120Hz to as low as 10Hz when using an LTPO panel.

We don’t anticipate this changing with the iPhone 13 Pro, at least not based on the speculations that have surfaced so far. However, the inclusion of a next-generation LTPO screen, like the one seen in the OnePlus 10 Pro, might boost power efficiency even more.


The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to have the same 6.1-inch display as its predecessor, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max is expected to keep the same 6.7-inch display as its predecessor. It seems, based on a Shadow Leak report, that Apple will offer the iPhone 14 Pro with the same display sizes as the iPhone 13 Pro.

An upgraded camera system on the iPhone 14 Pro.

When Apple comes to cameras, the iPhone 14 Pro isn’t expected to make much changes from its predecessors, which had a primary, ultrawide, and telephoto lens. That’s hardly a terrible thing, given how often Apple phones appear on our list of the best camera phones.

Apple has utilised 12MP cameras for years, but a single source suggests that the iPhone 14 Pro will have a 48MP primary camera. When it comes to processing light and details, having more megapixels to work with would definitely offer the iPhone 14 Pro more options; we may be at a moment when megapixels matter again to Apple.


On the contrary, a well-known Apple insider predicts that only the high-end iPhone 14 Pro versions would include a 48MP camera.

There has been no mention of any adjustments to the ultrawide camera, but we wouldn’t be shocked if some effort wasn’t made to increase the field of vision and assist eliminate any distortion at the edges.

An Apple patent suggests the corporation is working on a periscope-style zoom camera for the telephoto camera. The iPhone 14 Pro would be the first iPhone to provide such a function. In addition, Apple oracle Ming-Chi Kuo believes that the periscope camera won’t be included in the iPhone 15 until 2023.


This is one of the earliest reports we’ve heard regarding the front camera, and it applies to both the Pro and ordinary iPhone 14 versions, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at Reuters. In order to increase the quality of FaceTime conversations, Kuo believes that the front camera will be equipped with focusing in the future. According to the expert, the iPhone 14 would have a bigger aperture of f/1.9, compared to the current iPhone’s f/2.2, which might aid low-light photography.

Specifications and battery life of the iPhone 14 Pro

No concrete speculations exist about the specifications of the iPhone 14 Pro, although any new model, as with every new iPhone, is almost certain to include an enhanced processor.

After the A15 Bionic, we may anticipate an A16 Bionic chip, which will have better overall performance. A 4nm manufacturing node is planned to be used for the chip. It’s also possible that Apple may release a 5G modem in the future.


For the most part, the A15 Bionic CPU, graphics, and neural processing speed will be much improved on the iPhone 14 Pro. Although it’s unclear how much of a difference this will make to the typical user, the iPhone 14 Pro isn’t going to have any problems handling any work.

However, according to Kuo, the A16 Bionic will only be used in iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max models, while the iPhone 14 is expected to remain on the A15. First for Apple, which has always included improved silicon in its new iPhones, this would be the first time. Another leak from Shadow Leak supports this. However, this is simply conjecture at this point because of the tremendous chip scarcity over the previous two years.

A fresh story quoting insiders suggests the iPhone 14 will employ the same version of the A15 Bionic technology that powers this year’s iPhone 13 Pro models, which further complicates matters. In comparison, teardowns show that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini have 4GB of RAM. Perhaps an update of this type might help the iPhone 14 Pro appeal to more people than its regular predecessor, but it wouldn’t be a complete processor overhaul.


According to a new leak, the iPhone 14 Pro will include 8GB of RAM. The iPhone 14 Pro might become an incredible powerhouse if its onboard RAM is increased, since Apple’s dedication to efficiency has allowed it to accomplish more with less RAM than the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

To be fair, the existing iPhones aren’t exactly sluggish, so adding more RAM could be considered a little excessive. Analyst Jeff Pu, on the other hand, thinks that all four iPhone 14 versions will include 6GB of RAM.

The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to feature a storage capacity of up to 1TB, however there have been no confirmed speculations about this yet.


Rumors about the battery capacity or size have not yet surfaced. In our battery test, in which we repeatedly push the phone to refresh web pages over a cellular connection until it dies, we’re optimistic that the iPhone 14 Pro will equal or even beat the 11 hours and 42 minutes the iPhone 13 Pro managed. After the iPhone 13 Pro Max lasted for 12 hours and 16 minutes, the iPhone 14 Pro Max should be able to accomplish the same or better, thanks to improvements in the processor and phone efficiency made by Apple.

As for 5G, we predict a smaller 5G modem chip in the iPhone 14 Pro. In theory, a smaller size means less power consumption and more space for the battery to grow into. That means the iPhone 13’s already amazing battery life can be further enhanced.

Qualcomm’s new 5G CPU, the Snapdragon X70, may not be able to benefit from the iPhone 14 Pro’s advances. There will be a first-of-its-kind processor for 5G AI built into this chip, which should enable the modem system to employ artificial intelligence to better control 5G beams flowing to and from a 5G phone and its antenna. Qualcomm believes that mmWave-based 5G networks, such as stadiums and arenas, would be especially valuable, but AI can also assist control sub-6GHz 5G transmissions.


The iPhone 14 Pro may be able to connect to satellite networks in addition to cellular and Wi-Fi networks. Emergency satellite communications were initially mentioned in the lead-up to last year’s iPhone 13 launch, but the technology didn’t arrive in time for those phones. However, trustworthy tipsters indicate the iPhone 14 models will have this capability. Using satellite networks, you can send location-alerting text messages to emergency agencies while you’re not near a cell tower or Wi-Fi hotspot.

A peek at the iPhone 14 Pro

For many people, the iPhone 14 Pro is the phone they’ve been waiting for, since the Pro variants are predicted to deliver a significant upgrade over previous generations of iPhones. Although it won’t look completely different from the iPhone 13 and iPhone 12, we believe this next iPhone generation will bring a design language and capabilities that will influence future iPhones. For those who haven’t heard, here’s what the iPhone SE (2022) reveals about the iPhone 14.

With no notch, Touch ID fingerprint recognition, a larger megapixel count for the primary camera, and a USB-C connector, the iPhone as we know it might be completely reimagined. In turn, this would set the bar for those smartphones hoping to make it into our list of the best phones.


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