iPhone 14 Pro: the designer presents a unique concept

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta February 2, 2022
Updated 2022/02/02 at 5:55 AM

With the iPhone 13 series, Apple has brought some real blockbusters into the world in 2021. However, the models that will come with the iPhone 14 should surpass them. According to previous rumors and leaks, a lot has happened to the cameras and the technical interior of the smartphones. The design should also let the devices shine in a completely new light. A refreshing new concept of iPhone 14 Pro delivers the designer @aaple_lab.

iPhone 14 Pro copied from Google?

In terms of sales figures, Google’s pixel phones are far from being able to keep up with competitors such as Samsung or Apple. As far as their design is concerned, however, they are somewhat ahead of the devices. Not only is it modern and minimalist, but it often feels softer than other flagship ranges on the market. The Ukrainian wants his concept of the iPhone 14 Pro to be “based on leaks”. However, it differs greatly from the ideas of other designers.

This is how @aaple_lab imagines the iPhone 14 Pro. Credit: Twitter/@aaple_lab

“I’m not sure if the iPhone 14 Pro will look like this, but I’ve been told we’ll see something similar with some changes.”

@aaple_lab (via Twitter)

What does not fit?

The soft edges and the front camera can certainly be derived from previous leaks. It has long been speculated that Apple wants to do without the notch on the iPhone 14 Pro. Instead, the group should rely on a punch-hole design. Some speak of a circular hole, others of a pill-shaped one, and still others of a combination of both. This is also how @aaple_lab presents it.

However, the back part of the model shown causes discussions. In particular, the community focuses on the camera arrangement. It does not appear square as usual and predicted by many other leakers. Instead, according to @aaple_lab, the back sensors of the Pro model are arranged in a row – just like Google usually does with its Pixel devices. It remains to be seen which design Apple will ultimately adopt.

Source: Twitter/@aaple_lab

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