Apple is actively working on the next-generation iPhone line of smartphones. Multiple sources agree that in the iPhone 14, the company will finally get rid of the bangs in favor of a small hole.
Prior to this, it was believed that the smartphones of the iPhone 14 line would receive an oval cutout for the front camera, sensors for the Face ID system would be located under the screen surface. It was also reported that Apple experienced no difficulties in moving these sensors under the screen, that is, the system works fine.
Now it is claimed that Apple has chosen a design with two cutouts at the top of the screen. Ross Young, founder of research firms Display Supply Chain Consultants and DisplaySearch, who have access to the latest display technology, confirms that the iPhone 14 Pro will feature round and oval cutouts.
Apple is expected to launch four models in the lineup, including the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, and the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. 6.7 inches respectively.
It also published information that all models of the new line will rise in price: The iPhone 14 will start at $799, the iPhone 14 Max will start at $899, the iPhone 14 Pro will start at $1,099, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will start at $1,199. By the way,
Verified network whistleblower Ice Universe posted photos on his page this week that demonstrate, what the flagship smartphones Samsung Galaxy S22 and iPhone 14 Pro will look like.
The release of the iPhone 14 is expected in September this year.