The latest features that Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro will reportedly introduce in the future phone range include four different variants without a mini version, considerable design modifications, and a bionic chip.
The information came from 91Mobiles, who stated that the future series will have four various models, none of which will be mini versions.
This year’s pro versions will feature a whole new design and will be the only iPhones that include the new A16 Bionic chipset.
Between the vanilla and Pro versions, there will be significant differences. On the front, the iPhone 14 Pro will have minimal bezels, with the SIM card slot, volume controls, and alert sliders on the left side.
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The iPhone 14 Pro will likely keep the same 6.1-inch display as the iPhone 13 Pro, as well as the 120Hz ProMotion OLED display. The new A16 Bionic CPU and 6GB RAM will purportedly power the iPhone 14 Pro (and 14 Pro Max). Meanwhile, the standard iPhone 14 models will feature a notch and the A15 Bionic processor.
Rumors suggest there will be some major design differences between the Pro models and the standard iPhone 14 models because Apple is introducing changes to the Face ID camera.
The Pro variants are expected to include a 48MP primary camera sensor, as well as other enhancements.
With a huge square module and three camera cutouts on the back, the phone looks comparable to the iPhone 13 Pro. A 6.1-inch screen and a 120Hz ProMotion OLED panel will also be included in the display. According to the report, the phone would have 6GB of RAM.
Apple is expected to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X65 5G chip, which is the first 10-gigabit 5G modem with faster connectivity speeds and connectivity improvements.