Apple is preparing to support the iPhone 14 Pro version of the upcoming series with a new design, but the latest reports provide new details about the upcoming versions of Apple.
According to the phonearena website, the new report indicated that Apple may back down from supporting the iPhone 14 phones this year by designing a screen hole for the front camera, to continue this year also in adopting the screen protrusion design.
The new report made it clear that the front camera hole occupies a larger area than expected, meaning that the camera will not come in a small hole in the screen.
Previous leaks also indicated that Apple supports the iPhone 14 with a design that includes a hole for the front camera with infrared scanner technology, and another hole for a display device, which are the tools needed for facial recognition technology in the phone.
The leaks did not clarify the actual size of the camera holes in the screen, according to details published on the Weibo platform, which shared a chart showing the Apple design, which comes in a larger than expected screen size, so some expectations are that Apple may continue to support upcoming versions with the camera bump design.
It is noteworthy that Apple introduces the iPhone 14 later this year with a size of 6.1 inches in the screen, while the iPhone 14 Max comes with a size of 6.7 inches, and the iPhone 14 Pro features a size of 6.1 inches.
It is expected that the main sensor in the camera will be 64 megapixels, which Apple will replace the current sensor with a accuracy of 12 megapixels.
This year’s versions also support the A16 Bionic processor, and the main model comes with 8GB of RAM, so we look forward to more details about the upcoming series.
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