Apple iPhone 14 series details have started surfacing online. A new leak has now revealed the display size, features and performance unit details of the upcoming iPhone models. Apple is set to release four new iPhone models later this year in two screen sizes. The iPhone 14 and 14 Pro CAD renders have leaked online, which reveal that the Pro models will come with a new design.
Tipster Shadow Leak has now revealed the screen size of all four 2022 iPhones. The tipster claims that the Pro models will come with an LTPO display, which allows the screen to refresh between 1-120Hz. Let’s take a look at the iPhone 14 series specifications, features and other details.
Apple iPhone 14 Series Specifications
Apple iPhone 14 series could debut in September 2022 if things remain on track. Ahead of the launch, the specs and features of the upcoming iPhones have leaked. According to the leak, the iPhone 14 will sport a 6.06-inch Flexible OLED display. We had exclusively leaked the CAD renders of the device, which revealed that the vanilla model will retain the wide notch. It will house the Face ID sensors and the front camera.
The 14 Pro, on the other hand, will come with a hole punch cutout and a pill-shaped cutout instead of the notch. Shadow Leak claims that the device will sport a 6.06-inch Flexible OLED LTPO display. This means that the 14 Pro series will continue to get ProMotion refresh rate display tech, whereas the non-Pro models will support a standard 60Hz refresh rate.
All four iPhones launching under the 14 series will feature 6GB of RAM, according to the tipster. He reiterated a previous report which claimed that the 14 and 14 Max will come with an A15 Bionic chip, whereas the 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will come with an A16 Bionic chipset.
On the back, the non-Pro models will feature a dual-camera setup with the TrueTone flash. The Pro series will come with a triple-camera setup on the back with the LiDAR sensor. It is being rumoured that the 14 Pro models might get a 48MP camera sensor. We are still a few months away from the launch. Therefore, it is best to take the leaked specs with a pinch of salt.
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