Shrimp Leaker ApplePro, who was among the first to report about the new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max plan, has now published photos and a video of a 3D-printed mock iPhone 14 Pro Max. It appears to be based on information that Apple has sent to accessory manufacturers and gives us an idea of the changes that the next model will bring.
Although we had previously seen iPhone 14 series model units, this is the first time we are seeing one with the pill and opening designs that will replace the indent on the Pro versions. According to recent sources, the patterns that will be required by the front camera and Face ID technology will be slightly larger than what we are used to seeing.
Apple appears to have just removed the dead zone surrounding the indent components and not contracted the unique pieces.
Another thing this fake device claims to have shown is that the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a taller perspective percentage than the iPhone 13 Pro Max. According to rumours and images, the next phone might be taller to accommodate the new front concept. The ratio has clearly shifted from 19.5:9 to 20:9. This also appears to explain the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s contrastingly sculpted edges.
The images also back up rumours that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will feature a better camera. The features have allegedly been enhanced to accommodate a second 48MP camera that will replace the current 12MP sensor. This is why the case for the iPhone 13 Pro Max won’t fit the 14 Pro Max smartphone, despite the fact that the phone will most likely have the same 6.7-inch screen size as its predecessor.
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The phone may feature thinner bezels than the 2021 version, though this isn’t quite obvious from the images. That pretty much sums up the regular plan modifications.
The Pro versions are also expected to have the faster A16 Bionic processor, which will be built on a mora advanced half-hub and should theoretically make them faster and more power-efficient. The entire setup is expected to come with a better front camera and the ability to transmit emergency alerts through satellite networks. These advancements might make them the greatest smartphones of 2022. As you may already know, the 5.4-inch iPhone 13 will be replaced with a 6.7-inch Max variant.
Apple had planned to unveil the new phones in September, but given the prolonged shutdown in China, which has hurt the world’s largest iPhone manufacturer, a postponement seems possible.