There is no doubt that the iPhone 14 is becoming the biggest smartphone hype of 2022. Recently, a leak about “iPhone 14’s processer and Display sizes” got very popular and confirmed by Apple Insiders.
iPhone 14 is expected to launch in September this year, but rumors and leaks are running so far, day by day. The latest leak is the iPhone 14 CAD Renders, which is leaked by MySmartPrice.
91 Mobiles leak iPhone 14 Pro’s CAD renders, the same 6.1-inch screen size as iPhone 13 Pro, and a smaller circular cutout to accommodate the Face ID sensors and selfie camera.
iPhone 14 May Get a Pill-Shaped Cutout on The Display
iPhone 14 & iPhone 14 Max
To start with the front of the iPhone 14, we may not see any major changes in design terms. In particular, the thick display notch on top is being retained in the vanilla model.
We can expect the iPhone 14 Max — reportedly, Apple is replacing the ‘mini’ model in the 2022 lineup and is said to sport a 6.7-inch display — to have a similar design.
The CAD renders also show that the back panel on the iPhone 14 features an iPhone 13-like rear camera placement. However, the camera housing seems to have received a minor refresh and seems to have a thicker frame of glass surrounding the housing.
The industry insider also confirms that the iPhone 14 would feature a 6.1-inch display, like the iPhone 13 and 12.
iPhone 14 Pro & iPhone 14 Pro Max
iPhone 14 Pro CAD renders confirm that the bathtub notch is going away. There will be a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout and a small circular cutout beside it.
The front has symmetrical bezels on all corners, with the top bezel accommodating the speaker grille. This gives the device a much premium look. The cutouts will house the Face ID sensors and selfie camera.
Our source has revealed the iPhone 14 Pro will retain the same 6.1-inch display size as the iPhone 13 Pro. We believe it will also retain the 120Hz ProMotion OLED display. The iPhone 14 Pro (and 14 Pro Max) will reportedly be powered by the new A16 Bionic chipset and 6GB RAM.
The iPhone 14 Pro models are also expected to bring camera improvements, including a 48MP primary camera sensor.