Apple is not expected to announce the iPhone 14 series at least until September – even assuming no further delay – but the Pigtou website has already managed to create a simulation of the final design of the expensive models in the series, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max.
Apple is the one that drove the flaw trend when in the iPhone X, which came out in September 2017 and introduced a display that covers almost the entire front of the device, except for a room for sensors and the front camera. Now, it looks like it’s likely to align with the rest of the manufacturers – and move to a “holes” configuration in the front of the screen.
However, according to Pigtou’s adaptations, it seems that the rest of the device’s design is expected to remain the same as the current generation, with a prominent photo array that includes three sensors and a sharp-cut frame.
As you may recall, senior analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is considered particularly credible when it comes to Apple products, last week published his forecast for the technology giant’s next smartphones – revealing that the company is likely to create some separation within the series, but also makes an order. The base models, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, will continue to run on the A15 Bionic chip that exists in the iPhone 13 series, but their working memory will be updated to 6 GB – instead of 4 GB. Also, according to Ming-Chi Kuo’s forecast for the iPhone 14 Max model is expected to have a 6.7-inch screen, which indicates that for the first time Apple will incorporate a large display in a cheaper, non-pro device.
According to the report, the Pro series will continue as usual with the two familiar models, but aside from the entry-level models, Apple will change the name of the iPhone 14 to iPhone 14 Max, and will finally eliminate the mini model – simply called iPhone 14. On the other hand, the analyst announces that only the Pro models will receive an update to the A16 chip alongside 6GB of RAM.