There is no doubt that the presentation of the iPhone 13 has disappointed more than one. While Apple’s new flagship has once again raised the bar for photography, the phone hasn’t differentiated much with its predecessor. The lack of innovation that the iPhone 14 will not be affected by.
While the new iPhone has just been marketed – it was released on September 24 – all eyes are already on its successor. According to Bloomberg’s often-cited journalist Mark Gurman, the 2022 vintage could be synonymous with a real revolution in terms of design.
The latter indicates that the iPhone 14 will have a completely redesigned design. The iPhone 13’s modest new features — in addition to its extended battery life and storage, as well as its innovations in photography — are a sign that “Apple engineers are working behind the scenes on big things that take time.” Time,” said the journalist.
This will be the particular question Apple draws a line on the mini version of the iPhone. The latter – the version of which was introduced in 2020, did not meet with the expected success – will give way to an entry-level XL model. Thus we’ll end up with the original iPhone 14, but a Max variant in addition to the two Pro models. 4 smartphone will be rejected in 2 diagonals; 6.1 inches (iPhone 14 and 14 Pro) and 6.7 inches (iPhone 14 Max and 14 Pro Max).
But the biggest innovation of the next batch of iPhones will be in its design. At the moment, it is difficult to know what it will include, but we can still imagine that the famous notch on the front of the phone will be tilted. In any case, this is the opinion defended by Mark Gurman.
This could give way to a “hole” in the phone’s screen where the front camera will be located. A prediction already carried forward by none other than Ming-Chi Kuo, a leading analyst specializing in Apple. As for TrueDepth’s components, they may end up at the bottom of the screen, but nothing is less certain at this point.
The next few months should be filled with new speculations about Apple’s future flagships. But as always, while waiting for the iPhone 14 to go official, it is better to take all these rumors with a grain of salt.
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