Rumor has it that the iPhone 14 series can experience the most design changes, and it looks like Apple will change the front of the device completely after a long time, and will see another ugly notch array of sensors and Facebook cameras. We will not be. On the eve of the unveiling of the iPhone 13, John Praser, a familiar analyst of Apple products, posted new videos and renderings on his YouTube channel, claiming that the possible design of the iPhone 14 will be like this.
The mentioned renderings show the iPhone 14 in the shape of the iPhone 4, and the device looks really beautiful. The first change you will notice at the outset is the removal of the large notch from the device and the use of a very small hole in the upper part of the screen. Earlier, Mingchi Ko had said in a report that Apple would probably use the notch hole next year; Therefore, the removal of the notch after five years will be quite probable and necessary.
Another very important change is the complete redesign of the camera module. Just like the iPhone 4, and surprisingly, the new phone will be equipped with no-frills cameras. In recent years, however, the use of sensors, lenses, and other advanced hardware has led to larger smartphone cameras, and the iPhone is no exception.
In addition, according to recent rumors, Apple plans to change the camera hardware of this year’s iPhones, and apparently all models will be equipped with optical image stabilization of the shift sensor, with the difference that the Pro Max model will probably have two more vibrating shift sensors on wide and ultraviolet lenses. It will host, which will increase the size of its camera module.
Evidence suggests that Apple will use a single-body design in the iPhone 2022 that integrates the camera’s audio coil motor with its lens array. Compared to current modules that use similar components to separate components, the new design can free up space inside the device and increase the strength of the device, and apparently this has also led to the elimination of the protrusion of the device.
If you have been following the news, it is said that Apple, after five generations of using stainless steel in the chassis of the flagship iPhone models, is trying to change this part once again and apparently will use hard titanium alloy to strengthen the structure of iPhone phones. The new renderings also show the device’s frame with a sculpted titanium structure and a so-called sandwich design (frame between two screens).
Compared to stainless steel, titanium has a relatively high hardness, which makes it more resistant to scratches, and its hardness leads to sufficient resistance to bending. Titanium is as strong as steel and 45% lighter. Also, it is twice as strong as aluminum and only 60% heavier; Therefore, the iPhone 14 could be more durable and at least 45% lighter in theory than current models.
Currently, one of the weaknesses of the iPhone 12 Pro models is its polished and highly absorbent stain. Apple can use titanium to blur the frame of the device and solve this problem to a large extent. In addition, in the new design, the volume buttons have been changed and their design has been rounded with the inspiration of iPhone 4. Also, the thickness of the chassis seems to have been drastically reduced. However, it seems that Apple will also use the Lightning port in this device, and the speakers built into the lower frame have been completely redesigned.
Previous reports have suggested that Apple may equip the iPhone 14 with a fingerprint sensor under the display; However, John Praser’s new video makes no mention of the fingerprint embedded under the screen or integrated with the side frame. Also, how the Facebook ID array works is in a haze.