Apple is presently busy grooming for its next big event of the year where it will launch the iPhone 14 series. frontwards of the launch event, many reports about the next in-line iPhone have been trending on the Internet. Now a photo has gone viral, assert to be the molds of iPhone 14 series.
iPhone 14 Models
The picture shows off ostensible preliminary of the sizes, rear design and frame of this year’s forthcoming iPhones. According to reports, the picture of people inclined to think iPhone 14 molds have been acquired from the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo.
“The front camera of four new iPhone 14 models in 2H22 would likely upgrade to AF (autofocus) & about f/1.9 aperture (vs. iPhone 13’s FF (fixed-focus) and f/2.2).” tweet from Kuo read. extension in aperture means that iPhone 14 series smartphones will have better depth of field while using the portrait mode, it also means that more light will reach the sensor. The autofocus will help the user stay in pivot on video calls.
As per prognostication shared by Kuo last year, the two Pro models in the iPhone 14 series will feature triple rear camera setup with a 48MP wide lens, 12MP ultra wide and telephoto lenses. He also said that the smartphones will bolster up 8K video recording.
For at least some of the iPhone 14 models, Apple is working to abolish the notch that houses the hardware required for Face ID. The notch was a controversial design decision when it was introduced in 2017, and since then it’s changed little with the deviation of the size jerk with the iPhone 13.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in March 2021 that the 2022 iPhone models would not have a notch, and would instead take a hole-punch style design that’s been famous on many Android phones.
The rumor mill is whisking rumor after rumor about the upcoming iPhone 14 series which, come hell or high water, should hit us this fall. indicate goodbye to the notch and using even speedy hardware, at least on the Pro-lineup, the iPhone 14 series is seriously shaping up to be another salient watershed for Apple.