The alleged pill-shaped cutout rendering of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max has been shared on the internet again. The rendering shows a two-hole concept that is said to be unique to Apple. The development comes a few days after a developer named Jeff Grossman tweeted an image of a mockup of the iPhone 14 Pro with a pill-shaped cutout. Several reports have suggested that Apple will introduce the perforated screen and Face ID technology will be shifted under the screen.
the renderings shared by Ross Young, who is the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), said that the pill-shaped cutout on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone Pro Max models will have two holes and “no [be] similar to all Huawei pill models”. Recently, a mockup of the iPhone 14 Pro showed a pill-shaped cutout, however, only one lens was visible. Young says both cutouts will be visible on iPhone 14 models.
Last week, tipster LeaksApplePro claimed that the iPhone 14 price will start at US$799 (approximately Rs. 59,000), a new and uncertain iPhone 14 Max will be sold at a starting price of US$899 (approximately Rs. 66,400), the initial price of the iPhone 14 Pro will be set at $1,099 (approximately Rs. 81,200), and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will cost customers at least $1,199 (approximately Rs. 88,600). According to the informant, this is due to the increase in production costs. He also says that “there has to be more than $100 difference between the [iPhone] 14 Max and the [iPhone] 14 professionals.”
Mark Gurman, who specializes in Apple products, also said on his ‘Power On’ podcast that he expects Apple to ditch the notch in some 2022 devices.
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