A short video posted on Chinese social media site Weibo has given an interesting hint of what to expect from the new Apple iPhone 14.
Apple is expected to introduce the next generation of iPhones The event was broadcast from Apple Park in September. 7.
The world’s seventh-largest company teased the event with an image of the sky, the Apple logo of stars and the words “away.”
And details of the iPhone lineup are reportedly leaking as anticipation builds.
The latest information on the iPhone 14 series a Weibo video reposted on Twitter by DuanRui.
The caption on the Weibo video mentioned that the glossy finish on the phone only looks purple from certain angles.
The changing color tones will surely attract attention.
Apple is reportedly planning to release the new iPhone series in purple, navy blue, gold, graphite and silver.
A radical change in design
Leaked schematics and artist renderings have previously hinted that Apple will radically redesign its flagship iPhones, replacing the hated notch around the front camera.
And now, new leaks confirm that Apple will switch to a notch-less iPhone 14 for the first time.
The images, also leaked by DuanRui — who has a remarkable record of being accurate — show the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max display with a dual-hole design instead of a notch.
And the holes are bigger than predicted in initial reports last year Forbes.
Changes to the status bar
There are also rumors that Apple will put another icon on the status bar.
A comparison of the alleged iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max screenshots shows a noticeable difference.
It is claimed that Apple plans to enlarge and realign elements of the status bar to account for the new hole design.
In another screenshot of the overlay, the reception icon and battery indicator have been moved slightly down and to the right.
Apple may have filed the game for the first time with a patent application Apple as a patent.
The app revealed that Apple plans to use a “lightly folded projector to reduce the footprint of components to maximize screen real estate.”
iPhone 14 is expected to have a bigger camera
The camera in the iPhone 14 series is predicted to have “significant” improvements over previous models.
Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo announced last year that he expected the high-end iPhone 14 models to feature a 48-megapixel camera.
The phones will likely be capable of 8K video recording, taking the iPhone 14 range to the “next level”.
Kuo said this MacRumors:
“In terms of pixel size, the iPhone 12, iPhone 13 and the new 2H22 iPhone are approximately 1.7um, 2um and 1.25um respectively. We believe that the new 2H22 iPhone can support 48MP direct output and 12MP (four cell combined output mode) output at the same time. With 12MP output, the CIS pixel size of the new 2H22 iPhone increases to about 2.5um, which is significantly larger than the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, and larger than existing Android phones and close to the DSC level. We believe that the camera quality of the new 2H22 iPhone will take mobile phone camera photography to a new level.”
And according to the leaked images of the prototype molds, the new phone series may be slightly larger than the previous models.
Leaked schematics published by Max Weinbach suggest that the iPhone 14 range could also have a larger camera ‘shell’.
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will have a 36.73mm by 38.21mm camera bubble, which is larger than the iPhone 13 range.
The new phones will also likely have autofocus capabilities to improve video calling.
Another report claims that the chassis surrounding the glass could be made of titanium.
This will follow Apple’s move to use strong, scratch- and corrosion-resistant metal in its Apple Watches.
It is believed that the iPhone series will use the same A15 chip that was featured in the iPhone 13 series.
But Kuo appeared in March this year, two pro models will upgrade to the A16 processor.
It is reported that the production tests of the new phones started in July this year, and the mass production will start this month.
There are various claims about how much the iPhone 14 will cost.
Kuo estimated that the iPhone 14 series will be about 15% more expensive than the iPhone 13 series – another big price increase.
This means that the new iPhone 14 could cost around $1,349.
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