Apple is scheduled to unveil the iPhone 13 series of smartphones on September 14 next week, but before the official release of the phone this year, next year’s iPhone 14 Pro Max renderings will be circulated online.
Disclosed renderings reveal that the iPhone 14 will be equipped with a punch-hole display for the first time. In this case, it is understood that these devices will possess an under-displayed Face ID, which the company is said to be developing.
Rumored Specifications of iPhone 14
Presently, analyst Ross Young alleges that this feature may be hampered because next year’s Apple iPhone 14 series may not be equipped with under-display Face-ID. He explained that Apple hopes to advance this technology, but this transition “has not been finalized” as the technology giant is however working hard on it.
He expanded that it is simpler to conceal the facial recognition sensor under the display than to conceal the main camera settings. This may be the motive why the front camera stays on the display and is concealed under the punch-hole cutout.
It is believed that just Pro models-iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be equipped with punch-hole displays, while other models will retain the notch or change to Touch ID to ensure safety.
Earlier, there were news that Apple was developing an alternative techniques to get free of the notch at the top of the iPhone screen. There are reports that the company can provide Face ID in the display for high-end models, while low-end models can be equipped with Touch ID in the display.
In the forthcoming Apple iPhone 13 series, the notch of these phones is anticipated to be slightly smaller, and the refresh rate of the Pro version will reach 120Hz. It is furthermore anticipated to be equipped with a LiDAR scanner, and the company may again provide a 1TB internal storage model this time.
Apple’s impending flagship smartphone series will be equipped with a quicker and better energy-efficient A15 bionic chipset produced using TSMC’s 5nm method. These phones are said to be equipped with space-saving internal circuits, enabling the company to provide bigger batteries inside the device.
It is anticipated that the smartphones will likewise support 25W fast charging technology, which is a little improvement from the existing 22W charging.