iPhone 14 Pro — Everything we heard so far


When and how much will the anticipated iPhone 14 Pro cost?

Even when it comes to the release date and pricing of its next iPhones, Apple naturally keeps a tight lid on all details. However, based on prior launches, we can safely assume that the iPhone 14 series will be released in September.

It’s now being reported that the engineering validation testing for all iPhone 14 models, including the Pro, is already taking place (EVT). This would indicate that the design of the four phones believed to be in the range has been finalised, including all the speculations we’ve heard.


The iPhone 14 Pro’s starting price is expected to be the same as its predecessor’s, at $999. Apple isn’t going to lower the price of its high-end flagship phones (particularly with the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max projected to hold down the $699 and $799 pricing slots) despite certain flagship phones like the Samsung Galaxy S22 starting at $799. One might make the case that a premium phone with well-chosen software and three great cameras is worth $999.

Don’t forget to take a peek at our first impressions of the iPhone 14 versus iPhone 14 Pro.

Design for the new iPhone 14 Pro incarnation.

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

(Image credit: Front Page Tech | Renders by Ian)

Three cameras are flush with the iPhone 14 Pro’s rear in Prosser’s renderings. You may, however, be disappointed by certain alternative schematics that depict the iPhone 14 Pro variants resembling the iPhone 13 models. In the iPhone 14 Pro, the raised camera array is back and larger than ever. The new phones are also expected to be thicker than the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, according to reports.

A larger camera module has also been said to be in the works. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is well-known for his accuracy, believes that this is because a 48MP camera requires a bigger module.

The controversial display notch has also been said to be removed from the iPhone 14 Pro’s design. For Face ID, display expert Ross Young predicts that Apple will provide a pill-shaped cutout, which is essentially two separate cutouts.


An apparent schematic leaked on Weibo shows what the iPhone 14 Pro may look like. We’re not sure whether this would be a better option than the notch, though.

An purported CAD render and reported accurate specs of the iPhone 14 Pro Max were provided by Twitter leaker VNchocoTaco, or ShrimpApplePro. The new Pro Max, according to the leaker, would be somewhat larger and deeper than the previous model, but will have thinner bezels than its predecessor. On the other hand, ShrimpApplePro also published an image showing a little pill-shaped cutout adjacent to the camera punch hole on the display.

Display Supply Chain Consultants, a young and analytical organisation, has once again pushed the concept of a dual-camera iPhone 14 Pro. With that said, the next iPhone’s pro model will be more appealing since the normal model will have to wait another year for a display with no notch.


CAD renderings of the iPhone 14 Pro’s notchless design have offered us yet another glimpse of what the device may look like in the future. The asymmetrical design may not scream “Apple” at first glance, but it stands out anyway.

An under-display fingerprint scanner has been rumoured to be a possible comeback of Touch ID. However, it’s too early to tell whether or not this is really possible. According to Ming Chi-Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities, there won’t be a Touch ID or Face ID under-display iPhone for a few more years. This would have been a real letdown, since an alternative to Face ID is really useful in these mask-wearing days.

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. Apple may have avoided the necessity for fingerprint-based authentication by making this function so effectively.


Other than black, white, a light peach, and a dark green render, not much has been hinted regarding the colour possibilities for the iPhone 14 Pro. The dark green image seems promising, but again, it’s merely a render, so we should proceed with caution.

The iPhone 14 Pro USB-C

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. Having USB-C on the iPhone 14 Pro, for certain individuals, would be a must.

The Lightning connection in the iPhone is perhaps the weakest part of the device, as it is susceptible to wear and tear. This might make charging your phone very tough. The rumour mill suggests that only the iPhone 14 Pro series will be able to use USB-C. According to the speculation, Apple aims to provide quicker speeds on the Pro line, which would result in speedier picture and video transfers for professional customers.


Display of the iPhone 14 Pro

In the iPhone 13 Pro, a 120Hz dynamic refresh rate display was one of the most significant advancements to the device. 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.

(Image credit: Volodymyr Lenard)

According to the speculations thus far, we don’t anticipate this to alter with the next iPhone 13 Pro. However, a newer LTPO screen, like the one in the OnePlus 10 Pro, may be able to improve power consumption.

The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to have a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max is expected to have a 6.7-inch display. The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to have the same display sizes as the iPhone 13 Pro, according to a tip from Shadow Leak.


Cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro

Keep your expectations in check for the amount of cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro, which is expected to include a primary, ultrawide, and telephoto camera array. If you’ve seen Apple devices in our best camera phone rankings, that’s not a terrible thing.

One report, however, suggests that the iPhone 14 Pro would include a 48MP primary camera, which would mark a significant departure from Apple’s long-standing usage of 12MP sensors. When it comes to processing light and details, Apple’s computational photography is some of the finest in the world, but having more megapixels to work with would definitely offer the iPhone 14 Pro more options; we might be at a time when megapixels matter once again to Apple.

But a recent report from China suggests that the iPhone 14 Pro will not include a 48MP primary camera. Is Fat claims that this year’s Pro models will feature the same 12MP IMX703 camera as the iPhone 13 Pro, which has 1.9 m pixels. Of course, like with any rumour or “leak,” you should proceed with extreme care.

(Image credit: Weibo)

We’d be amazed if the ultrawide camera didn’t get a boost in terms of field of vision and a reduction in edge distortion.

An Apple patent suggests the corporation is working on a periscope-style zoom camera, so a zoom increase for the telephoto lens is possible. The iPhone 14 Pro would be the most likely candidate to have this new function, if it were to appear at all. If you’re still confused, Apple oracle Ming-Chi Kuo thinks Apple hasn’t yet developed a periscope camera for the iPhone 15.

As far as we know, there will be no upgrades to the front-facing camera. Software improvements to improve portrait and low-light photographs are expected.


For the iPhone 14 Pro’s specifications and battery life

The iPhone 14 Pro’s specifications haven’t been leaked yet, but it’s safe to assume that any new model will feature an upgraded processor, as is the case with every new iPhone.

We may anticipate an A16 Bionic processor to follow the A15 Bionic in terms of overall performance. An upgrade to a 4nm manufacturing node is envisaged for that chip. Another option is an Apple-made 5G modem.

As a result, the iPhone 14 Pro is expected to deliver a significant increase in CPU speed, graphics capability, and neural processing power over the current A15 Bionic. Even if the ordinary user doesn’t perceive the difference, the iPhone 14 Pro is more than capable of handling any work.


Weirdly, according to Kuo, the A16 Bionic will only be found in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, while the iPhone 14 will continue to use the A15 processor. First for Apple, which has traditionally included updated silicon in its new iPhones. Another Shadow Leak release confirms this. Apple’s supply chain may have been affected by the recent chip shortage, although this is only conjecture at this point.

Newer reports indicate that the iPhone 14 will employ the same A15 Bionic processor that powers this year’s iPhone 13 Pro models, making the situation even more puzzling for Apple fans. According to teardowns, the processor has 6GB of RAM, whereas 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, Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro will include 8GB of memory. Because of Apple’s focus on efficiency, the iPhone 14 Pro might become an incredible powerhouse if it had more RAM than Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra.


Even if you don’t think your existing iPhone is sluggish, adding an additional GB of RAM can be considered excessive. It seems odd to us that all four iPhone 14 versions would have 6GB of RAM, according to analyst Jeff Pu.

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. Our battery test for iPhone 13 Pro found it to last an impressive 11 hours and 42 minutes on a cellular connection, but we’re optimistic that this year’s iPhone 14 Pro will equal or surpass that time. We’d anticipate the iPhone 14 Pro Max to have the same or greater battery life as Apple continues to improve the efficiency of its chips and phones.


A new 5G modem chip is expected to be included in the iPhone 14 Pro when it launches later this year. Because it’s smaller, it should use less power and have more area for the battery to grow. The iPhone 13’s battery life, which is already remarkable, might be further enhanced in this way.

Qualcomm’s new 5G CPU, the Snapdragon X70, may not be able to benefit from the iPhone 14 Pro’s advances. Artificial intelligence may be used to better control 5G beams coming from and going to a 5G phone by using the chip’s 5G AI processor, which is the first of its type. Qualcomm believes that mmWave-based 5G networks, such as stadiums and arenas, would be especially valuable, but AI can also be used to control sub-6GHz 5G transmissions.

The future of the iPhone 14 Pro is bright

As a true development of iPhones we’ve seen in recent years, we expect the iPhone 14 to be the phone many of us have been waiting for. Certainly, the iPhone 14 won’t be a radical departure from the iPhone 13 and 12, but we believe that it will establish a new aesthetic and set the bar for future iPhones. What the iPhone SE informs us about the iPhone 14 now that it’s out in 2022 is as follows.


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. A list of the greatest phones in the world would then be established by the quality of these devices, and other cellphones would have to follow suit.

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