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iPhone 14 full series renderings exposed: pill punch screen + small bangs

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iPhone 14 full series renderings exposed: pill punch screen + small bangs



 

iPhone 14 full series renderings exposed: pill punch screen + small bangs

Recently, the revelations about the iPhone 14 series have gradually increased.

Based on the known revelations, the design of the entire system has been basically determined.

A few days ago, blogger @theapplehub posted the latest renderings of the entire iPhone 14 series.

In line with previous rumors, it is divided into four models, including iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, and two Pro versions.

The new model will use a pill-punch screen solution, while the two iPhone 14 standard models will continue the existing design with a small bangs solution.

 

iPhone 14 full series renderings exposed: pill punch screen + small bangs

 

 

According to the previously exposed pictures of the glass panel of the front screen of the suspected iPhone 14 series, the borders around the screen of the Pro version seem to be further narrowed, and the screen ratio is expected to hit the highest record in Apple ‘s history.

 

iPhone 14 full series renderings exposed: pill punch screen + small bangs

 

At the same time, it is reported that the price of the iPhone 14 series will also rise uniformly, of which the iPhone 14 base model may be priced at $799, the iPhone 14 Max will be priced at $899, and the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are expected to be priced at $1,099 and $1,099 respectively. $1199.

 

Compared with the iPhone 13 series, the starting prices of the four models are $699, $799, $999, and $1099, which means that all models have been increased by $100.

 

As for the question of whether the high-brush will be devolved to the standard version, which is the most concerned issue of users, as far as the current rumors are concerned, it is highly likely that the Pro version will exclusively enjoy the high-brush screen.

 

 

 



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