iPhone 14 Pro Renderings
Apple recently held a spring conference to launch iPhone SE 2022, and other new products. The next big thing is the Apple Event in September, the long-awaited iPhone 14 Series will make its debut.
From the current exposures, this year’s iPhone 14 Series models will have high differentiation. The Mini model that has been extended for two generations will be canceled, and the two entry models of iPhone 14 and 14 Max will be 6.1 and 6.7 inches respectively, with the addition of the large-screen iPhone 14 Max, as a low-cost version of the large screen, both of these new models will maintain the small notch cut-out.
The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Mac versions have changed even more, for the first time canceling the bangs screen and using a pile + punch-hole design. Although it is still an early rumor, almost all the news coming out of the supply chain points to this solution, and recent iPhone 14 Pro renderings confirm the same.
Notably, according to the latest information, the iPhone 14 series will use OLED panels that support LTPO technology but are still exclusive to the two high-end versions of the iPhone 14 Pro. The iPhone 14 series on the two lower-end products, will not have access to LTPO adaptive refresh rate screen.
As you can see from the renderings, the biggest improvement of this generation of iPhone is the appearance of the front panel, and the recognition is directly pulled full. The notch cut-out screen that has been in use since the iPhone X to a pill + punch-hole to ensure that the Face ID sensor can be met while increasing the viewing area, and can increase the screen to screen ratio.