iPhone 14 Pro recently leaked display upgrade


Even if iPhone 14 Pro versions do receive bigger screens, you’ll have to wait for cameras with an under-screen display.

A recent rumour suggests that the future iPhone 14 Pro might receive a screen size increase, but don’t hold your breath for an under-display camera improvement for at least another four years yet.

According to display specialist and leaker Ross Young of DSCC, we should anticipate the iPhone’s Face ID and selfie camera notch to grow over the next several years. Young has leaked the information.


According to Young, the displays of the two projected Pro variants for this year’s iPhone are likely to become ever so slightly bigger. Instead of a notch, the front-facing sensors might be housed in a pill or punch-hole cutout in the phone’s edges.

iPhone 14 Pro will grow from 6.06 to 6.12 inches in size, according to Young’s prediction, while iPhone 14 Pro Max would go from 6.68 inches to 6.69 inches, if his prediction is right. It’s not a huge rise, but it’s still an increase. However, we expect Apple to continue referring to these devices as 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch handsets in its marketing materials.


The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, on the other hand, are expected to maintain the same, slightly smaller dimensions of the iPhone 12 and before. They won’t receive this tiny boost in size until the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Max, according to Young’s prediction.

Here is Young’s purported schedule for Apple’s removal of the iPhone notch in the years to come. This includes the expense of purchasing under-display panels, as well as the time it will take for Apple to decide to employ the technology.

We may conclude that the first iPhones with an under-display camera will be released in 2026. The iPhone 14 Pro is said to include a pill and punch-hole camera setup, which will be available on all current models by the end of next year.

The Face ID sensors will be hidden in the display, but there will still be a noticeable notch for the selfie camera, according to Young.

The new Face ID/camera configurations will be available initially on the iPhone Pro models, according to Young, before making their way to the normal iPhones the next year, then moving on to the next generation of the Pro models. If the speculations about the basic iPhone 14 continuing with the notch are accurate, it might be the beginning of a long-term trend.


Later this year, we’ll learn more about the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, which are expected to be unveiled in September as in past years. Other reports surrounding these phones, such as the possibility of a 48MP primary camera on the iPhone 14 Pro or a new two-tier system for distinguishing between Pro and non-Pro chipsets, are also likely to be confirmed. Our Apple iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro hubs will keep you up to date on all the latest news and leaks.

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