We have been at the stage of the most recent iPhone leak cycle where confirmations tend to be more prevalent than revelations. There simply isn’t much left to understand concerning the iPhone 14 models, as leaks have spoiled virtually everything. Needless to say, even when several leaks fall into line, it doesnt always mean theyre right. However when it involves the rumored redesign of the iPhone 14 Pro, there’s been so much smoke that wed be shocked never to look for a fire.
iPhone 14 Pro redesign confirmed just as before
This week, leaker Ice Universe shared an image of what looks to be always a screen protector for the iPhone 14 Pro on Twitter. Previous rumors and reports have claimed that Apple will get rid of the notch on the iPhone 14 Pro models. The pill-shaped and hole-punch cutouts should take the notchs put on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
We’ve seen this iPhone 14 Pro redesign repeatedly lately.
In June, leaked molds of the iPhone 14 Pro featured the pill-and-hole design. IN-MAY, we saw a hands-on video with four iPhone 14 dummy models, two which featured the brand new design. As noted above, there’s way too much evidence to ignore at this stage. It’s possible that of the complementary leaks are off-base, but wed be shocked.
Other upgrades arriving at the Pro models
A redesign isnt the only real reason to get the iPhone 14 Pro or the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Reports suggest Apples new A16 processor will undoubtedly be exclusive to the Pro models this season. If you would like the fastest processor, youll have to pay extra for this.
Similarly, the Pro models could be the only models to aid Apples new always-on display technology. In recent weeks, leaks have revealed that Apple is readying its version of an always-on display mode because of this generation. The variable refresh rate displays will reportedly have the ability to scale from 1Hz to 120Hz. If this actually is true, its unlikely that the screens on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will match those of the Pro models.
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