The Apple iPhone 14 series is still more than four months away, but thanks to leaks and rumors, we already have an idea of what to expect. Today, cases made for the upcoming models have surfaced online, and they’re yet another indication that the mini won’t be returning and that the Pros are really big camera shots.
The image was posted on Twitter by DuanRuic, who found it on the Chinese social media website Weibo. From left to right, we apparently see the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max, the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and the 6.1-inch iPhone 14.
The cutout in the cases intended for the Pro models is quite large, but that’s hardly surprising given that rumors, leaked schematics and alleged dummy unit images all suggest the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will have a more prominent bulge. than previous models to accommodate the new 48MP main sensor, which is said to be 57 percent larger than the 12MP camera it replaces.
Nothing major has been said about the ultra-wide and telephoto cameras, except that the new phones are unlikely to get a periscope lens for a wider zoom range.
And while the biggest camera upgrade will likely be exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, one leak has suggested that the regular model will also have a larger camera island than the iPhone 13, suggesting it will also have different-sized sensors. will have. has.
Rumor has it that all models in the lineup will come with a better selfie camera with a wider aperture for more light and autofocus. These changes could make the iPhone 14 the best camera phone of 2022.
Other than that, the Pro models will most likely ditch the notch in favor of a pill-and-hole cutout for the front camera and Face ID technology. Apparently, to better accommodate this change, Apple will round the corners a bit and the new models can handle slightly larger screens than the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max.
As for the internals, the new lineup will likely have more base RAM than the outgoing range and could also offer satellite connectivity. Only the Pros are expected to get a new chip, while the regular and Max variants are reportedly powered by the A15 Bionic.