One of our sources told us that this design would be used for the 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, which will replace the itty-bitty 5.4-inch iPhone 13 small on the market. A CAD leak of the iPhone 14 Pro is out if you’re interested in seeing how Apple is changing the design.
Non-Pro iPhones will keep the iPhone 13’s modest notch up front. No matter what other reports say, it seems the strange-looking design that removes most of the blanked-out area surrounding the camera and Face ID sensors is reserved for the Pro variants.
Dual cameras on the rear are also comparable to those on the iPhone 13 in this render. For the previous several years, we’ve seen the identical main/ultrawide mix on the basic iPhone models. The only probable change is that the camera bump now has a larger border as the iPhone 14 Pro renders indicated, although we don’t know why.
Other reports suggest that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will have other internal changes. Apple is said to be planning to employ the same A15 Bionic processor in the iPhone 14 and 14 Max, but the A16 Bionic chipset would be kept for the iPhone 14 Pro models, according to a new rumour.
It will be at least six months before we know for sure whether these leaks about the iPhone 14 are true or not. According to these images, it is very possible that Apple may simply make modest design modifications to the basic models, while focusing on more significant alterations to the Pro versions.