Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports that Apple may favor the mini version of the iPhone over the regular model. It is anticipated that Apple will release four new models: a regular-sized model, two “Pro” models, and the “iPhone 14 Max”. In other words, Apple may no longer produce the iPhone 13 mini.
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg reports that the iPhone 14 series is being redesigned from the ground up, in contrast to the iPhone 13 series, which had only a minor upgrade from the previous generation. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that the iPhone 14 series would eliminate the now-iconic notch introduced as part of the iPhone X 2017. A hole-punch camera cutout will replace the notch for the front camera on the iPhone 14 Pro, according to Kuo.
A recent report by iDrop News has highlighted Apple’s inability to manufacture the A16 and M2 chips. Apple may continue using A15 chips for only the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max Pro, despite the fact that both of these chips are produced on TSMC’s 4nm process. Apple has reportedly modified the A15 chip and rebranded it the A16 chip for use in other phones, so as not to be criticized.
Displays with 2532×1170 resolution are available in the base and pro versions. A 6.68-inch screen with a resolution of 2778×1284 may be found on Max and Pro Max. LTPO (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) displays are expected to be equipped with the Pro Max. A 120Hz refresh rate will be supported by all displays except the base model. Based on Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon (LTPS), the base model will have a 60Hz display.
According to Kuo, Apple will switch to a 48MP sensor rather than a 12MP sensor in the near future. Moreover, the new 48MP sensor could enable the iPhone 14 series to take 8K videos for the first time, a feature Samsung‘s flagship Galaxy phones have been able to offer since the S20 launched in 2020. Early Apple phones were not capable of recording in 8k, so this was not possible.
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