Even more iPhone 14 charts leak that show the differences between the four models

Even more iPhone 14 charts leak that show the differences between the four models

It’s almost etched in stone that this year’s advanced iPhone models, the The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max get a new design, while the regular models, The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, will continue the design from 2022. An account named Cosmic Ultra Machine (via ShrimpApplePro) have submitted rough forms sent to them by accessory manufacturers, and although they do not show the full design, they do appear to confirm some of the previous rumors.

First of all, Apple has finished the mini model after its dismal market performance and will replace it with a non-Pro Max model that will place itself above the entry-level model.

Another thing that these photos seem to confirm is that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will have significant camera bumps. The dimensions of the camera’s bulge have apparently increased due to the rumored new 48MP camera sensor set to replace the 12MP module.

Although this higher resolution sensor could further boost the iPhone’s reputation as best camera phone, it will be up to 35 percent larger than the sensor it replaces, and the height of the 7P lens that will be above it can also increase by 5 to 10 percent.
The iPhone 14 and 14 Max come with relatively smaller camera bumps, and unlike the Pro variants, which will have three cameras, they are expected to have a dual camera system.
The phones’ screens are not exactly depicted in these pictures, but luckily it is lots of leaks to fall back on. The Pro models will reportedly have pill and hole cutouts instead of a notch and only these variants are expected to have 120Hz screens, which will be purchased from Samsung and LG. The Pros are also expected to run on the more advanced A16 Pro chip.

The regular and Max iPhone 14 models are expected to stick to the notch, and they can also keep the A15 Bionic chip, though it’s likely that Apple will make a few changes and convert it to the A16 Bionic.

The new series may also have satellite capabilities and may offer more basic RAM than the current range.