Shipments of the iPhone 13 are being delayed, but it's never too early in the consumer tech world to talk about what the next phone will look like. Now, we don't know much about the features or even pricing of the next iPhone while plenty of solid design rumors are already swirling around in rumors. If they're accurate, they paint a picture of the upcoming iPhone getting a major redesign.
iPhone 14 display: Turn it down this issue has been going on for years, but one of the biggest rumors is that the iPhone 14 will be nothing. After introducing the iPhone X's notch in 2017, Apple may finally ditch it next year. According to a prominent Apple analyst, Apple will trade in a smaller perforated camera on the Pro model. The perforated design is a display that has only a small circular cut in the front camera and is featured in many recent Samsung phones, including the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Flip 3.
Grooves are at the heart of the components that make Face ID work, which means Apple may need to shrink all of these technologies to make a fluted iPhone a reality. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman also hinted at the iPhone 14's removal in a September Power On newsletter, in which he predicted a "complete redesign."
iPhone-X-notch-6142The iPhone X makes grooves a thing.
Another rumored Apple design feature is a chunky camera bulge. The iPhone 13 series features a prominent camera bulge that can hold two or three lenses, depending on the model. According to Jon Prosser, future iPhones will eliminate bumps, which could mean a thicker chassis that could accommodate camera components. According to Prosser, the iPhone 14 will have a "thick boy" body. But is it thick enough to contain all the camera hardware without the clunky camera set up on the back? I take the rumor with a grain of salt.
An early rendering of the iPhone 14 by Jon Prosser shows a non-recessed design and flush camera setup. iPhone 14 Chassis: Stronger and lighter speaking about the iPhone's chassis, Prosser also said the iPhone 14 Pro could have a titanium body for the first time, instead of stainless steel.JP Morgan Chase's China office first mentioned the rumor in a report in July. Apple has previously used titanium in some of its Apple Watch models, including the 7 series. Titanium alloys rival steel in toughness but also weigh less than stainless steel. Titanium is also more resistant to scratches, corrosion, and bending.
Will the iPhone 14 fold?Probably not. To be clear, we can't say for sure if a foldable iPhone will ever see the light of day, but I'm hopeful it will happen in the next few years. Bloomberg published a report in January that Said Apple already had a working prototype of a foldable iPhone display but did not confirm a release date. Ming-chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, revised his forecast from 2023 to 2024 two years later.
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