iPhone 14: Apple will completely change the design of its smartphones
The iPhone 14 promises to be very different from the iPhone 13. According to information from Mark Guman, Apple aims to upset the design of its smartphones next year. It is rumored that iPhones would finally give up the notch for a hole in the screen.
While the iPhone 13 has just arrived on the market, many leaks already evoke the next generation of iPhone. After a year of transition stingy in new products, Apple would have the ambition to revolutionize the design of its smartphones. According to the renderings developed by leaker Jon Prosser, Apple would trade the small notch like iPhone 13 for a hole in the screen.
This is also the opinion of Ming-Chi Kuo, the analyst capable of predicting Apple’s plans months in advance. According to him, Apple would slide the photo sensor for selfies and TrueDepth modules dedicated to Face ID in a small hole in the touch screen. At the same time, the brand would abandon the prominent camera for a flattened photo block.
Apple is about to revolutionize its iPhone range
Mark Gurman, reporter at Bloomberg, also expects Apple to thoroughly review the design of its phones with the iPhone 14. In his Sunday newsletter, he assures that the timid changes made to the iPhone 13 bodes well. great upheavals for next year. “Apple engineers secretly work on bigger things”, says Mark Gurman. For him, the iPhone 14 would be a “Completely redesigned product”.
Apple would replace the steel of the iPhone 14 shell with titanium to reduce its weight
That’s not all. Apple would also benefit from upset the composition of its range. Scalded by the bitter commercial failure of the iPhone 12 mini, the manufacturer would definitely abandon the small format version. Apple would rather rely on giant screens. The range of iPhone 14 would consist of the following:
- a standard iPhone 14 with 6.1-inch screen
- an iPhone 14 Max with a 6.7-inch screen
- an iPhone 14 Pro with a 6.1-inch screen
- an iPhone 14 Pro Max with a 6.7-inch screen
With this new range, Apple wants to offer iPhones with large screens at affordable prices. Mark Gurman also mentions the arrival of the foldable iPhone. According to him, the device is currently under development but the release would not be planned for several years. Ming-Chi Kuo is counting on a release sometime in 2024.