Apple iPhone 14 Secret Details Leaked
March 22, 2022 / By Zunair Tahir / Tech News
The iPhone 14 family will not break any records for the biggest or smallest iPhone ever made.
The hidden details of iPhone 14 were leaked on Twitter by a trustworthy information leaker.
People who favor tiny phones may be dismayed to hear that the iPhone 14 mini is really bigger than comparable smartphones.
Ming-Chi Kuo, a respected Apple insider, has stated in a new report (via Macrumors) that Apple will give the iPhone 14 Pro the dramatic overhaul that fans have been waiting for. Kuo also revealed specifics about the phone’s significant camera improvement.
Similarly, if a large screen is important to you, the displays of the iPhone 14 Max and Pro Max are smaller than the screens of the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro Max.
iPhone 14 Specification:
The iPhone 14 and 14 Pro feature 6.06-inch screens, while the iPhone 14 Max and 14 Pro Max have 6.68-inch displays.
While the non-Pro variants of the iPhone 14 will employ the same A15 Bionic chip, the Pro models will use the new A16 chip. Furthermore, all members of the family will have 6GB of RAM and flexible OLED displays.
The good news is that the iPhone 14 mini is currently available for purchase. It’s known as the iPhone SE (2022), and it has an A15 Bionic chipset, 5G connectivity, and a lower pricing than its siblings.
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The significant news is that the iPhone 14 Pro will no longer feature a notch, according to Kuo. Apple will instead include a tiny punch hole in the display for the selfie camera, according to Kuo. This corresponds to recent rumor’s claiming that Apple is working on moving all Face ID sensors behind the display. This change would see the iPhone 14 Pro adopt a design that has been seen on Android phones for several years, but none of them has managed to couple it with a high-end face recognition technology.
Moving on to the camera, Kuo claims that Apple will boost the primary camera on the iPhone 14 Pro by 400% to 48 megapixels. This is a significant improvement over the iPhone 13’s 12-megapixel sensor, which Apple has used since the iPhone 6S was released in 2015. Pixel binning, a method that has shown to be quite efficient in rival phones, is expected to be used by Apple. When combined with Apple’s excellent picture processing, iPhone users are sure to see yet another quantum jump in image quality.