Renders and details for the new iPhone 14 Pro have been released by Jon Prosser.
The iPhone 14 will be here before we know it, as the expected September release date is only a few months away. In the meanwhile, there will no doubt be several leaks and rumours, and we’ve recently received some major information.
According to Front Page Tech’s Jon Prosser, “reputable sources,” he’s been able to put together renders of the iPhone 14 Pro. This year’s “fun” hue is a light lavender, as shown in the video’s opening credits.
While Apple could still deliver the iPhone 14 in blue, if you’ve been enjoying the blue Pro models for the past two years, you might be disappointed by this news. However, Prosser appears confident that this purple shade will be the alternate this year.
Prosser reaffirms the rumour that the regular iPhone 14 will not have the A16 Bionic processor. A15-powered iPhone 13 is a great phone, but if this is true, it makes you question what the base model iPhone 14 will do to improve upon it.
Prosser also discusses the reported 48MP main wide-angle camera on the iPhone 14 Pro, an increase from the previous 12MP sensor utilised by Apple. The camera module is said to have grown in size by 5% as a result of this. 8K video recording may be possible as a result of the camera sensor upgrade, which we’re sure will excite many users.
However, according to Prosser, the finished photographs would still have a resolution of 12MP, which is more than sufficient for smartphone photography. In addition, it appears that the iPhone 14 Pro will use pixel binning to reduce the 48MP raw image resolution to a high-resolution 12MP final output. In addition, Prosser predicts that the telephoto lens will increase from six to seven elements.
Prosser’s track record for accuracy may be questionable, but at least he confessed that his prediction that the iPhone 14 Pro would look more like the iPhone 4 than the iPhone 13 Pro was incorrect. He also questions Mark Gurman’s claim that the iPhone 14 would undergo a “major overhaul.”
Prosser claims that the new cutouts for Face ID on the front of the phone have no other use except to look distinctive. Because Apple knows no other phone looks this way, we believe that the iPhone 14 Pro is being marketed as a “prestige” model.
All four iPhone 14 variants would have the same 6GB of RAM, according to Prosser, who backed up Ming Chi Kuo’s allegation. It’s also possible that the iPhone 14 Pro will have titanium sides, which would greatly enhance the phone’s durability. Additionally, he addressed the claims that Apple will charge three times as much for the iPhone 14 Pro’s front-facing camera as it did for the iPhone 13 Pro.
Prosser wasn’t so confident about other speculations, such as the use of satellite connectivity in case of an emergency. Since this notion has been floating around for at least the past two years — it was previously linked to the iPhone 13, for example — “who knows,” says the man.
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