Assumed iPhone 14 might come with a new camera design
An image purportedly showing the iPhone 14 Pro Max is circulating on social media websites. And suggests that the upcoming Apple flagship will have a much larger camera section than last year’s iPhone series. As reported by Macrumors, the leaked image was shared by user UnclePan. Who claimed that it shows a 14 Pro Max case on an iPhone 12 Pro Max. By adding the current 12 Pro Max to the reputed 14 Pro Max case. We can get a sense of how big the camera chunk will be on this year’s iPhone.
There is conflicting information about what is being shown in the picture. Apple’s rumored design changes were previously based on the thickness of the camera bumps. Regardless, it looks like the iPhone 14 Pro will sport a new camera setup.
The picture shared by UnclePan certainly looks reassuring, though some online are questioning its legitimacy. For example, Duanrui explained on Twitter that the description UnclePan gave was wrong. The image is believed to show an iPhone 12 Pro in an iPhone 13 Pro case. While this claim doesn’t necessarily negate the idea that the new iPhone will have a bigger camera. Separate information should remind consumers that this is all subject to change.
Apart from the rumors of this new camera module size, other information about the iPhone 13 has also been doing rounds on the internet. The most widely discussed thing is the apparent lack of a notch on the phone. Along with the reduction in the notch, other rumors are pointing to the iPhone 13 getting an under-display Touch ID sensor, not only bringing the feature back but also bringing the phone on the path with Android Mobiles.
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New models will reportedly feature 120Hz displays
Apple may lag behind rivals when it comes to adopting fast-refreshing displays for their handsets. But a new report claims that is about to change, as all future iPhones will offer adaptive refresh rates — not just iPhone Pro models. Prey? That apparently won’t happen until next year’s iPhone 14. If you’ve wanted an adaptive display on your next iPhone before that, your choices will probably be limited to the iPhone 13 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max. MacRumors jumps to this conclusion after the latest news from Apple’s supply chain.
The theory is based on a report from The Alec. which looks at LG’s efforts to prepare its display-making business for Apple’s future phones. The report gets a bit into the finer details of low-temperature polycrystalline oxide display manufacturing. But the long and short of it is that LG is getting pieces in places to make screens that dynamically adjust their refresh rate. You can adjust it to reflect what you’re using on your phone.
By being in a position to manufacture screens, LG will be able to supply Apple with dynamically adjusted OLED panels compared to Samsung. Samsung will reportedly make screens for this year’s iPhone 14, but only the Pro model is enough to equip the new feature. A second supplier coming online in 2022 will allow Apple to expand that feature to its more affordable smartphone.
Of course, it’s not just a matter of supply. Adding a dynamic refresh rate to the display of its iPhone 14 Pro model will allow Apple to differentiate the two phones from its cheaper handsets. That, in turn, could encourage shoppers to pay for the iPhone 14 Pro over the standard iPhone 14. Like the iPhone 12 Pro, the iPhone 14 Pro is expected to start at $999. And the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini retaining the respective $799 and $699 starting prices of their models.
What we gonna get – iPhone 13 Vs iPhone 14
The fast-refreshing display, courtesy of the LTPO panel, is one of the big changes expected for the iPhone 13 Pro. Which should also see some notable camera improvements when it debuts this fall. All four new iPhone models are expected to have smaller notches – although notches are not disappearing entirely – and benefit from the more powerful A15 Bionic processor.
Right now, the biggest change to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini is the addition of LiDAR sensors that support more immersive AR apps and help improve portrait shots. The cheaper iPhones may also pick up the sensor-shift stabilization feature that Apple introduced with the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Will this be enough to keep customers interested in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini? For some upgraders, the lack of a fast refresh rate may not be an objection—you can’t give up what you never had, after all. But for iPhone users who want a feature that Galaxy S21 and OnePlus 9 owners already have. It looks like they’ll have to pay for the iPhone 13 Pro or find its way to all iPhones in 2022. Will have to wait for this feature.
While this year’s iPhone 13 lineup is expected to offer four models similar to the iPhone 12. Apple will reportedly shake things up for the 2022 iPhones. As we predict that the iPhone 14 will come in two sizes 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches. With sizes that are available as both the standard and Pro models.
Making screen sizes more consistent will certainly make it easier for Apple’s display suppliers. Even if it’s a bit boring for iPhone 13 buyers who plan to look at the iPhone 13 Pro versions were not making.
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