Today, we have some more hints from Weibo about what to expect from the upcoming line of smartphones from Apple. A user named ShrimpApplePro has shared images of the iPhone 14 case, which looks similar to the previous image and has a red box on the back of the shell, which indicates the location of each camera.
The iPhone 14 is expected to be released in September, which means Apple may have to release a new design for the new smartphone this summer.
It’s well-known that Apple might launch multiple variants this year — not just one as some had anticipated. Due to the improvement of the rear camera, leaks show there will be a 6.7-inch device and a 6.1-inch model.
It has been reported that Apple may used an exclamation point when Apple announces its new generation of iPhones in September, but now there are rumors that Apple may have scrapped the idea, instead of using the same design as the iPhone 12 series. According to some sources, this design is called a “double notch” and will be used in products for two or three years.
Apple could be three lenses or even four for iPhone 14 and it will not be surprising because of some previous rumors which stated that this feature is exclusive to the Pro versions.
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iPhone will launch this year’s three models, including the double iPhone 14 and 14 Max models that are coming soon. All of them have a 6.1-inch screen. The difference between the Pro version and the standard version is that the latter has a traditional daylight camera design and the Pro version has a camera with an “Exclamation Point” lens design.
The rumored variants of the Apple iPhone 14 come in regular and Pro versions. The latter will have three cameras on the back, including a LiDAR scanner, which is likely to be used for Face ID for better unlocking under dim lighting conditions. To my mind, the iPhone 14 Pro will still be noticeably wider than the standard version with a similar diagonal screen as well as a protruding horizontal receiver to accommodate three lenses with a flash next to them.
Even though the sensor is 48 megapixels, it is possible that the iPhone’s 12-megapixel output images will be in resolution. Like some Android phones, Apple can use a smart scaling algorithm that captures raw 48-megapixel data and produces a 12-megapixel output image with more detail and less sound.
Are you exciting about the iPhone 14 series?