The iPhone 14 reveals itself a little more. A few months before the announcement, new leaked images come to confirm the design of the back of the smartphone. We discover a very imposing photo block on Apple’s Pro models.
The iPhone 14s is on the way. A few months before the keynote, Apple validated the design of the four smartphones in the range, despite the sudden closure of several Chinese factories. The giant from Cupertino also managed to stop on the last technical sheet of its devices.
In this context, new production plans appeared on Sina Weibo, the Chinese social network. These renderings have been made available to accessory manufacturers (hulls, cases, etc.) so that they can design compatible items. This umpteenth leak confirms most of the rumors that have surfaced the internet in recent months.
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The iPhone 14 Pro’s huge photo block is confirmed
As expected, the range will consist of 4 different variants. Apple will apparently abandon the iPhone mini after the commercial failure of the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 13 mini. The brand will instead offer an iPhone 14 Max that combines a huge 6.1-inch screen and an affordable price to appeal to large format enthusiasts. Unsurprisingly, we’ll find a standard model, a Pro edition, and a Pro Max version.
Contrary to the first rumors that appeared last year, the iPhone 14 Pro will inherit againa very prominent photo block, like its predecessors, the iPhone 13 Pro. The production drawings show a large section on the back. This setup should protrude strongly from the structure. However, the first renders released in September suggested that Apple would integrate the sensors directly into the back of the iPhone.
The return of the prominent module is due in particular to the integration of a new 48 megapixel photo sensor. The 48MP sensor in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be 1/1.3-inch, which is the same size as the 50MP sensor in the Google Pixel 6 or the 108MP sensor in the Galaxy S22 Ultra Max and Standard editions will be satisfied with a more modest camera.