Although it is still about half a year before its official release, we already know a lot about the iPhone 14 series. This upcoming product line is expected to bring some notable design changes.
If the rumors are correct, the regular iPhone 14 models will still use the long-standing “notch” design. However, the Pro variants may feature dual punch-hole displays, where one is circular and the other is pill-shaped. The round hole is said to house the selfie camera, while the tablet houses the facial recognition sensors.
Recently, the image of the glass panel protecting the front of the entire iPhone 14 series has leaked on Weibo – giving us a look at what could be the front design on the new iPhone generation.
According to this image, the Pro models will have thinner bezels, a higher aspect ratio of 20: 9 instead of 19.5: 9. This year’s iPhone lineup is also expected to replace the unpopular Mini version with the Max version. So users will be able to choose between two different screen sizes (6.1 and 6.7 inches) on both the regular and Pro models.
Apple usually launches new iPhones around September every year and perhaps the iPhone 14 series is no exception.