This is the front of iPhone 14 Pro
Recently, a Tech God user (@tgod34748) uploaded a photo of what appears to be the front of the iPhone 14 Pro on Twitter (6.1 inch). According to recent speculations, Apple has ditched the notch design on this model.
Instead, they employ a punch-hole camera with two clusters that form a “i-shape.” This is where the device’s Face ID feature’s selfie camera and sensors are located.
Furthermore, if we look attentively, we can notice that the device’s corners appear to be more rounded than in prior generations. The physical buttons on the sides are still placed in the same way they were on the iPhone 13 Pro.
iPhone 14’s chipset
During this period, the account @Neil_Sarg published chip options for the future iPhone 14 generation on his personal Twitter page. The old Apple A15 Bionic chip will be used in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max models. Meanwhile, Apple’s latest chip, Apple A16 Bionic, will be used in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Is this a new year’s trend? Is Apple still making judgments based on environmental considerations?