We may be just six days away from the much-awaited launch of the iPhone 13, but the leaks have now picked up for the iPhone 14. A recent blog post from renowned leaker Jon Prosser reveals some key details of the iPhone 14, including the absolute lack of a notch, a hole-punch front camera, and a thicker chassis eliminating the rear camera bump.
JP Morgan Chase analysts believe that Apple will be using new titanium alloy chassis on the iPhone 14 series in 2022. Apple’s biggest supplier, Foxconn, will exclusively manufacture the titanium alloy chassis.
Apple is (finally) set to debut the 120Hz higher refresh rate displays with the iPhone 13 lineup. After expanding it to the Pro models this year, Apple will ship the 120Hz ProMotion displays in all the iPhone 14 models, claims a new report from The Elec.
Apple announced iPad Air 4 last year. To lower the cost, the company included Touch ID in the iPad Air’s power button. Now, a patent that covers Touch ID implementation in the power button has been updated by Apple, and it suggests that the future iPhones could come with similar technology.
Popular Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo has reported that 2022 iPhones will feature an under-display Touch ID scanner. The analyst also claims that Apple will ditch the ‘mini’ 5.4-inch model next year, and the company will launch two 6.1-inch and two 6.7-inch models next year.
It is no secret that Apple is working on developing its own 5G modem. However, it has been unclear how quickly the company can design its own modem and start using it inside its devices. As per Apple analyst Kuo, the 2023 iPhones will start using a 5G modem designed by the company.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple is looking to introduce an under-display Face ID system on the 2022 iPhones.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple is planning on introducing major camera upgrades with the 2022 iPhones. Additionally, the company will not launch a new mini iPhone in 2022.
A new report published today claims that Apple will start integrating its home-grown 5G modem on all the iPhones starting with the year 2023.
After a flurry of leaks yesterday, reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now claims that Apple won’t switch to USB Type C on iPhone for a “foreseeable future.”