iPhone 14 leaked Schematics: The Design Details for All Four Models of the iPhone 14 Have Been Revealed in a Leaked Schematic.
The iPhone 14 series has been in the news for months, and we can fairly predict that Apple will release four of them in 2022, as it has done for the last two generations. We already know what the iPhone 14 will look like, but the freshly leaked details provide further information about all of the forthcoming models. Here’s what we know thus far.
The iPhone 14 Series Schematics Have Been Leaked
Leaked schematics of the iPhone 14 series have surfaced on Weibo (via ShrimpApplePro on Twitter), giving us a glimpse of the upcoming devices’ design. According to this fresh leak, the iPhone 14 will be available in four variants: the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max, the iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. This also confirms that Apple would discontinue the Mini model, owing to its poor market performance. We’ve heard this before, so we can anticipate it to come true later this year.
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The leaked pictures mostly show off the design of the iPhone 14 series. The iPhone 14 Pro variants have a large back camera hump, which might be attributed to the reported 48MP primary camera. This will be a first for Apple, and the adoption of pixel-binning technology is expected to dramatically improve low-light photography.
The non-Pro versions are likely to have lower camera bumps, implying that there will be no camera configuration update for them.
Additional information is available.
There is no indication about the iPhone 14 lineup’s display, but we may depend on past speculations. Several times in the past, it has been predicted that the iPhone 14 would receive a design improvement, with the presence of a “hole + pill” screen to replace the controversial notch. The iPhone 14 and 14 Pro are believed to feature 6.1-inch displays, but the iPhone 14 Max and 14 Pro Max are rumored to have a gigantic 6.7-inch display.
It is also reported that various chipsets will be utilized for the iPhone 14 versions. While the Pro variations are believed to use the future A16 Bionic processor, the non-Pro devices, including the iPhone 13 series, are slated to use the A15 Bionic chipset.
Other information thus far includes larger batteries, improved camera functions, and more. The iPhone 14 series is expected to be released in September of this year, and that is when we will get all of the specifics. Until then, we’ll keep you updated on any rumours that come our way to keep the excitement going.