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iPhone 14 Pro CAD renders show a much more believable design

Apple is widely expected to release four new iPhone models this year: 6.1-inches iPhone 14, 6.7-inches iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inches iPhones 14 Pro, and 6.7-inches iPhone 14 Pro Max.

The new renders, which 91Mobiles got from industry sources, are of the 6.1-inches iPhone 14 Pro. This year both Pro models are rumored to ditch the notch instead it will have a pill and punch hole that will house the front camera and Face ID components. Even though it is not less ugly by any means but still, it might look better than the notch in the real product.

The cutouts are visible in this CAD renders. Apple has apparently increased the aspect ratio to better fit in the new cutouts. Even the bezels have been slimmed down to look much more symmetrical and sleek looking.

All buttons and ports are seemingly are going to in the same position and will have the same look as the iPhone 13 Pro. It will not get circular volume buttons as past rumors suggested. There were rumors saying the phone will ditch the SIM tray to become be eSIM-only iPhone but it doesn’t look like that’s happening.

There were also rumors that iPhone 14 pro series will be thick enough to have no camera bump. But going by these renders, it looks like that’s not happening either. It will offer the same kinda camera bump as the current iPhone 13 pro.

Only the Pro variants are expected to be powered by the rumored A16 Bionic chip. The standard models will feature current A15 bionic instead.

The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max might also get a new 48MP main camera. It might even support 8K video recording. But nothing is so concrete as of now.

The RAM will see an upgrade, it will offer 6GB of RAM and Apple is also said to be working on satellite connectivity which will users to send texts over satellite when cellular connectivity is not available.


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