The iPhone 14 Design: New Leak Doubles Down On This Shock

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    The new iPhone 14 from Apple has daring plans but is arguably the company’s refusal to make any meaningful alterations to the standard iPhone models. This is where the real shock lies and this just got worse.

    Several reports have stated that both the iPhone 14 and 14 Max will lack Apple’s 120Hz ProMotion display technology.

    YouTuber Delves Into The New iPhone 14 Designs

    YouTuber EverythingApplePro [Filip Koroy] looked further into the new design and obtained the schematics to 3D print them. He admitted that “it doesn’t appear that much has changed at first glance” but on closer inspection, they reveal the earpiece has been repositioned higher in the phone.

    He added: “Another surprising change that I didn’t notice at first but then I cannot not see is the increased corner radiuses alongside thinner bezels which are getting 21% thinner. You’ll have more screen but less bezel and more of a pleasant rounded shape which is going in the direction of the Series 7 Apple Watch.”

    The expert warned that these changes do not add a lot of screen estate but it does take the iPhone lineup in a bold new direction. Koroy also adds that the schematics “absolutely confirmed” the new dual-hole punch on the Pro models with the standard iPhone 14 and new iPhone 14 Max retaining the notch. For iPhone 14 Pro buyers, 2022 looks like an exciting upgrade year, but those considering the standard iPhone 14 should probably wait until 2023 when bigger changes are coming.

    iPhone display plans have now been revealed and they come straight from Apple itself. As spotted by specialist site Patently Apple, today the US Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent for a next-generation in-display fingerprint reader for tablets and smartphones.

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