We all know that the iPhone 14 is coming soon, and ahead of Apple‘s expected announcement later this fall, Front Page Tech has provided some of the best renders yet of this year’s iPhone. As we’ve said many times before, the iPhone leak cycle is an unstoppable force. Right after the latest iPhone comes out — and oftentimes even before that — rumors of the next generation iPhone quickly begin circulating. People try to guess its performance improvements, new display technology, possible camera upgrades, etc.
The iPhone 14 series has been no different this year. As it stands, Apple is expected to release four new iPhones later in 2022: the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. And, as usual, some of the rumors are pretty exciting. Apple‘s reportedly ditching the notch on the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, bringing 120Hz displays to its non-Pro iPhone 14 models, and working on a host of rear and front-facing camera upgrades.
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Following weeks of spec leaks and CAD renders, the folks at Front Page Tech have now provided our best look yet at the iPhone 14 — specifically, the iPhone 14 Pro. Jon Prosser shared the renders in a Front Page Tech video uploaded on May 25, with the renders created by graphic designer Ian Zelbo. While these aren’t official renders from Apple, they’re based on all of the latest reporting about what we expect the iPhone 14 Pro to look like. Assuming the rumor mill has been accurate, this is probably our best look at the iPhone 14 Pro until Apple formally unveils it.
All The Big iPhone 14 Pro Design Changes
So, what is there to see in these iPhone 14 Pro renders? The first thing you’ll probably notice is the light purple color. That wasn’t a creative choice on Front Page Tech‘s part. Along with the usual gray, silver, and gold colors, the flagship color for the iPhone 14 Pro is rumored to be a light purple. iPhone color is a very subjective thing, but if the purple color ends up looking anything like this, it should make for a nice addition.
Another visual change is — of course — the two cutouts in the display. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are both expected to remove the notch in favor of these circular and pill-shaped cutouts. The renders also show slightly slimmer bezels all around the entirety of the iPhone 14 Pro’s display, giving the whole package a more modern look compared to its predecessors. And for the back of the iPhone 14 Pro, Prosser says the rear camera module should be around 5 percent larger than the iPhone 13 Pro (likely as a result of new camera hardware for the primary and telephoto cameras).
While the rehashed design may not be the most exciting thing to look at, we are anticipating a few big internal upgrades for the iPhone 14 Pro. Rumors suggest we’ll get a more capable selfie camera, a more efficient chipset for longer battery life, and a 48MP primary camera replacing the old 12MP sensor we’ve had for the last few years.