The first rumors about the iPhone 14 are there – a few days before the Apple event where we will get to see the iPhone 13. Render images that have already been published are reminiscent of the iPhone 4 and give hope for a completely flat back.
- John Prosser shows the first render images for the iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 should get by without camera bulges and notches
- Punch-hole design and titanium frame suspected
Apple has just announced its “California Streaming” event on September 14th for the iPhone 13, and the first leaks and rumors about the iPhone 14 are already around the corner. John Prosser has already published a video showing render images of the iPhone next but one.
iPhone 14: Does the camera hump disappear?
John Prosser has received initial information about the iPhone 14. On this basis, the leaker had the first rendered images of the iPhone next but one created. Since there is still a year until then, you should of course enjoy the pictures with caution. But maybe 2022 will bring an iPhone 14 without a camera hump.
As you can see, the back is obviously completely flat, although the camera hump was not simply cut off. Instead, the housing is made a little thicker so that the camera array no longer protrudes. Something is also happening at the front because for the first time Apple is to present its selfie cam in a punch-hole design instead of the wide notch.
There is also talk of Face ID moving under the display, but opinions so far still differ. Ross Young announces on Twitter that he does not assume that this decision is already final. John Prosser also explains that some design changes are not yet final.
Titanium frame and round buttons
If we turn back to the published images, we recognize round buttons that remind us directly of the iPhone 4. For the front and back, Apple uses glass, according to the leak, the frame will be made of titanium for the first time.
A few days before the launch of the iPhone 13, it is of course clear to us that rumors about the iPhone 14 are still on shaky ground. But if you’re annoyed that the iPhone 13 can’t look very much compared to its predecessor, you might still want to wait for the iPhone of the year 2022.
What do you all mean? Do you think these design changes are realistic and if so: do you welcome them or would you rather have a different look for the iPhone? Write us in the comments!