It may only be January, but we already have a lot of rumors about that iPhone 14 Pro seen. Some claim Apple is replacing the previous notch with a punch-hole design. Samsung and LG would produce the perforated displays. They should primarily be used in the Pro models of the new flagship series. How exactly the hole should look – whether circular or pill-shaped – is still unclear. Nevertheless, many fans already have concrete ideas about the design of the new Apple cell phone.
iPhone 14 Pro in video
The YouTuber the Hacker 34 has published a video showing a device with two punch holes in action. One hole is pill-shaped, the other circular. Even apart from these details, the new concept video goes into detail about the design of the iPhone 14 Pro and the Pro Max. Kevin, the creator of the video, takes up various rumors and leaks from the past few months.
“When pro meets retro. This is the iPhone 14 Pro. All new iPhone 4 inspired design. Industry-leading camera system with up to 8K 60FPS video recording and detailed images with the 48MP main sensor with pixel binning. An all-new, incredible display with always-on display like the Apple Watch. It’s running iOS 16 out of the box, the most helpful iOS ever.”
YouTube/the Hacker 34
Mockup summarizes rumors
In this concept we get to see a lot of interesting new features. These have not yet been officially confirmed, but they have been compiled by industry insiders and analysts in the recent past. In some respects, the iPhone 14 Pro in the video even seems to resemble previous descriptions of the Samsung Galaxy S22.
- Dual punch hole instead of a notch
- 48 megapixel camera sensor
- rear cameras are flush with the body of the device
- new colors: pink and yellow.
- A16 Bionic chip
- wireless charging
- Always-on display
So far, this iPhone concept is based solely on rumors and is not official. However, there are rumors from different sources, each pointing in the same direction. A few more claims will surface before the release of the new flagship series in fall 2022. It also remains to be seen what Apple is planning for 2022.
Source: YouTube/the Hacker 34; own research