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Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro is set to be the phone that could shake up the iPhone range by potentially bringing in a notably different design from the iPhone 13 Pro. With roughly a month to go before the iPhone’s usual September launch, iPhone 14 rumors up to now have hinted at everything from the death of the notch to an always-on display.

In the face of stiff competition from the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Google Pixel 7, it looks like Apple will need to bring its A-game to the iPhone 14 Pro. And Apple appears to be doing just that, with a rumored new 48MP main camera and a powerful new A16 Bionic chip that the regular iPhone 14 may not get.

Overall, the iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro differences could be the biggest we’ve seen in year between the two lineups. Here’s what we know so far about the iPhone 14 Pro and what we hope to see

iPhone 14 Pro latest rumors (Updated August 8)

The iPhone 14 Pro’s launch could come earlier than expected with one leaker tipping a September 6 reveal, and filming the Apple Event reportedly underway.
We list 6 reasons the iPhone 14 can hold its own against the iPhone 14 Pro.
A series of iPhone 14 leaks have dropped new information about iPhone 14 Pro colors and the always-on display; charging speeds could also increase to 30W.

iPhone 14 Pro latest rumors (Updated August 8)

The iPhone 14 Pro’s launch could come earlier than expected with one leaker tipping a September 6 reveal, and filming the Apple Event reportedly underway.
We list 6 reasons the iPhone 14 can hold its own against the iPhone 14 Pro.
A series of iPhone 14 leaks have dropped new information about iPhone 14 Pro colors and the always-on display; charging speeds could also increase to 30W.

iPhone 14: Software

Assuming Apple sticks to the pattern it’s used for the better part of a decade, the iPhone 14 will launch with a new version of Apple’s iOS software when it arrives in the fall. Since we’re currently on iOS 15, the next version is all but certain to be iOS 16.

We now know what features to expect on the iPhone 14 after Apple’s preview of iOS 16. In addition to the ability to add widgets to the lock screen (a precursor of the always-on display support rumored for the iPhone 14 Pro), the new software adds the ability to edit Messages after you send them, tweaks to Maps and Wallet, a Safety Check feature, and more.

You’ll be able to download a public beta of iOS 16 this month if you want an early glimpse at the features slated for the iPhone 14.

iPhone 14 5G and satellite connectivity

It’s possible that the iPhone 14 will feature an Apple-made 5G modem, following Apple’s acquisition of Intel’s modem business. This would presumably give Apple more control over both the 5G performance and battery life impact, but it may only debut with the iPhone 15 next year.

Apple is reportedly planning to equip the new iPhones with a new 5G chip that could result in lower power consumption while maintaining solid performance. A recent report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News revealed that TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) has allegedly obtained Apple’s 5G chip orders for its upcoming iPhone 14 lineup.

The radio frequency chips are said to be produced based on the 6nm manufacturing process, which could allow the supplier to deliver a chip that is physically smaller, resulting in a decreased power consumption, without sacrificing the performance.

Additionally, a 5G chip that’s smaller in size could also make more room for Apple to pack a larger battery inside. So combined with better power efficiency, the described chip could improve the phone’s overall battery life.

Speaking of 5G modems, Qualcomm announced its new X70 modem at MWC 2022. But with an expected release date of late 2022, it’s unlikely that the iPhone 14 will see the new tech, which is expected to be a large improvement over the current-gen X65 modem.

While we’re on the subject of connectivity, an old iPhone 13 rumor has resurfaced — that the iPhone will gain the ability to connect to satellite networks so that users can send text messages to emergency services when cellular networks aren’t available. That feature didn’t make it to the iPhone 13, but now tipsters say that the iPhone 14 models could add satellite connectivity, as Apple looks to bolster the emergency features of its phones

iPhone 14 Touch ID

One of the most significant changes for the iPhone 14 over its predecessors would be the return of Touch ID. Only rather than get integrated into a power button, it would supposedly be embedded under the iPhone 14’s display, much like a lot of fingerprint sensors on the best Android phones.

But the jury is still out on how likely this is. Analyst Ming Chi-Kuo reckons that there won’t be an iPhone with Touch ID, or under-display Face ID, for another few years. This would have been pretty disappointing, as during these mask-wearing times, having an alternative to Face ID is very handy.

But with iOS 15.4, Apple has made it so that Face ID can recognize a legitimate user even when they are wearing a mask. it works remarkably well, meaning Apple may have bypassed the need for fingerprint-centric biometrics.

iPhone 14 cameras

We’re starting to hear some more about the iPhone 14 cameras, and the rumors are getting pretty interesting. One report from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo tips a 48MP main sensor for the iPhone 14 Pro models, which would be a big jump from the 12MP camera on the iPhone 13. TrendForce, a Taiwanese research firm, backs up the 48MP main camera rumor, suggesting that megapixels matter once more to Apple — at least when it comes to the company’s Pro phones.

But a regular Apple tipster has the standard iPhone 14 models tipped to stick with 12MP cameras, with only the Pro models expected to get a 48MP main camera.

Whatever turns out to be accurate, a bigger main sensor will be welcome. But we’re particularly interested in an improved telephoto lens, as the iPhone lags behind the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S21. In fact, it would be rather neat if Apple drew inspiration from the Galaxy S21 Ultra and opted for a secondary telephoto camera with something like a 10x optical zoom.

One Apple patent points to Apple working on a periscope-style zoom camera(opens in new tab), which could make its way to the iPhone 14, or at least the Pro models. However, Ming-Chi Kuo now says the periscope camera won’t appear until the iPhone 15 in 2023.

In a more recent update from Kuo, all models of the iPhone 14 have been tipped to get an upgraded front-facing camera, which is set to feature a wider aperture (f/1.9 vs. f/2.2 on the current iPhone), 6-part lenses (up from 5-part lenses) and built-in autofocus. Together these should help with capturing brighter photo and videos, all while staying in focus more easily and with fewer distortions in the image.

Kuo also recently reported that Apple has changed lens suppliers due to the current one suffering from quality issues with “coating-crack.” Apple has allegedly moved its order of 10 million units to a new supplier, Largan.

For more, see our iPhone 14 camera roundup for all the biggest rumors and leaks.

iPhone 14 specs, battery life and charging

A suite of rumors thus far have the iPhone 14 tipped to stick with the A15 Bionic chip, while the iPhone 14 Pro modes are expected to get a new A16 chip. Ming Chi-Kuo has thrown his weight behind this chip rumor, adding that Apple plans to ship more iPhone 14 Pro models than standard iPhone 14s.

If you’re interested in how much extra power the A16 could offer, there have been some leaked benchmarks that could give us a clue. However, we’d argue that the A15 Bionic is so powerful that having it in the iPhone 14 is going to be no bad thing, and you should dismiss the standard iPhone 14 models just because they ay lack a silicon upgrade.

Kuo claims that all four iPhone 14 models will have 6GB RAM, a boost from 4GB on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini. However, the base models would use LPDDR4X RAM like the current iPhone 13 range, while the Pro models will allegedly get faster and more efficient LPDDR5 RAM.

This rumors was given more credence by a report claiming the world’s top-3 memory vendors Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix and Micron Technology are gearing up to produce memory for the new iPhone 14 range, with the standard and Max/Plus models getting the LPDDR4X RAM and the pair of iPhone 14 Pro models sporting LPDDR5 RAM.

On the storage side, we’d expect Apple to continue with the options it has for the iPhone 13 range, which start at 128GB and go up to 1TB for the Pro models.

However, a rumor has the iPhone 14 tipped to get a huge 2TB of onboard storage. Given no Samsung phone offers this, and they’ve previously been generous with storage, we’re skeptical of an iPhone having the most storage on a smartphone to date.

A separate analyst note from Jeff Pu says that the iPhone 14 and 14 Max will start with 64GB of storage and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will start with a whopping 256GB. The latter is believable but not the former, as that would be half the storage in the regular iPhone 13.

Apple could also launch an eSIM-only variant of the iPhone 14, according to claims by analyst Emma Mohr-McClune of GlobalDate. The move would bolster the iPhone’s appeal among users who need dual SIM capabilities, such as business users and overseas travelers.

A source from Weibo claiming to know the battery capacities of the iPhone 14 family shows that all models except the iPhone 14 Pro Max will be getting a slight increase in size. The 14 Pro Max is in fact shrinking a little, but hopefully not enough to impact the phone’s overall battery life.

iPhone 14 display

We’re expecting a shakeup in the iPhone 14 range, as we’ll reportedly see a standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro come with a 6.1-inch display, and a possible iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max to sport a 6.7-inch display. So no more 5.4-inch mini.

A leak from Shadow_Leak claims that the iPhone 14 will have a 6.08-inch display (rounded up to 6.1 inches) and the iPhone 14 Max with have a 6.68-inch panel (rounded up to 6.7 inches). That’s the same as the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The thing is though, the Pro models could be getting slightly larger (to 6.12 inches and 6.69 inches respectively) because of new bezels.

Given the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have a 120Hz refresh rate display, it would be great to see all iPhone 14 models have such a screen, likely using an LTPO panel or an evolution of that display tech that could scale down to as little as 1Hz.

This use of panel tech means the iPhone 14 Pro has been tipped to get an always-on display. Long rumored to be an upcoming feature for next-gen iPhones, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has claimed the iPhone 14 Pro will finally get always-on display and it’ll be used to show “weather, calendars, stocks, activities and other data” on the lock screen, with the a low refresh rate helping preserve battery life.

Being able to display such content on a display without needing to wake the phone up, would give next-gen iPhones a leg up on the best Android phones. And if we’ve learned that the iPhone 14 Pro’s always-on display may simply dim(opens in new tab), while the widgets turn into a special silhouetted, black-and-white outline form. This could in theory give you full access to the lock screen as if the phone was on.

The leaker Jioriku backs up this claim(opens in new tab), saying that the iPhone 14 Pro’s always-on display (AOD) will mirror your lock screen setup. That means it’ll have the same widgets and complications, and the leak says that AOD will operate kind of like the Apple Watch’s Nightstand mode.

While code in the iOS 16 beta seemingly confirms an always-on display feature, the standard iPhone 14 is expected to stick with simple lift-to-wake option rather than an always-on display. Instead, the iPhone 14 Pro with its adaptive refresh rate will likely support any always-on display feature.

One report from The Elec(opens in new tab) says that at least one iPhone 14 model with sport an LTPS display, which means a 60Hz panel could be sticking around. Subsequent supply chain reports have only reinforced the idea that the standard iPhone 14 may miss out on a fast-refreshing display.

But a more recent rumor has the standard iPhone 14 models tipped to get a 90Hz refresh rate display; that’s not quite the snappy 120Hz refresh rate we’d like to see, but it would be a notable improvement over a 60Hz panel. Another tipster corroborates this disappointing specs rumor.

Another report from The Elec suggests that iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will feature a lower quality OLED display. The report says that Samsung Display will use its older M11 series of OLED displays for the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max/Plus. The newer generation M12 series displays will be reserved solely for the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. This may not be a huge difference, but it’s still a disappointment.

iPhone 14 colors

For color options, one source has said there will be Midnight, Starlight, and Product RED color options as usual, with the current blue being swapped out for a lighter sky blue and a new purple option coming in. However that leak has since been deleted, so it’s hard to judge how reliable it is. All the same, this render of the iPhone 14 Pro in purple, from artist Souta(opens in new tab), shows how this purple hue would look in reality.

In May, MacRumors(opens in new tab) summarized the status of iPhone 14 color rumors thus far, with the addition of the purple option the most radical change. Otherwise, the report has the black, white, blue and [Product] Red options that make up the current iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 sections. (Note that Apple has started calling its black and white phones “Midnight” and “Starlight,” respectively.) The pink and green colors would be dropped this time around.

A more recent leak from an iPhone 14 tipster revealed all the possible colors for the iPhone 14(opens in new tab) and iPhone 14 Pro. The iPhone 14 is said to be coming in Green, Purple, Blue, Black, White and Red. While the iPhone 14 Pro is slated for Purple, Green, Silver and Graphite.

iPhone 14 design

According to Jon Prosser and his Front Page Tech video, the iPhone 14 will look like an iPhone 12 crossed with an iPhone 4, in that it’ll stick with flat edges. But those edges could include a mute button and a group of rounded buttons for volume central, harking back to the iPhone 4.

Supposedly, the sides of the iPhone 14 could be made out of titanium, which could make it tougher and stronger than the previous iPhones, whereas the back would retain the glass finish but seemingly with a satin-like finish.

Some schematics that show the iPhone 14 Pro models with the raised camera array being even bigger on the iPhone 14 Pro, and Ming-Chi Kuo claiming that a larger module is needed to house a 48MP camera, it doesn’t look likely the standard iPhone 14 will get a set of cameras flush with its rear panel.

A few rumors have the iPhone 14 tipped to finally kill the display notch. But as it stands, it’s now looking like only the iPhone 14 Pro will be notch-less, opting for a combination of a single circular camera cutout and a pill-shaped cutout alongside it to hold Face ID sensors. It may well have reduced bezels too, which would make the display look even larger.

These rumors were given more credence with what appears to be a leaked supply chain photo showing off the display panels for all four iPhone 14 models. While the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max look set to keep the display notch, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro max appear to have killed the notch in favor of a combination of a pill-shaped cutout alongside what appears to be a punch-hole camera or sensor.
Similar to the Pro, MySmartPrice also obtained CAD renders of the regular iPhone 14. We assume that the iPhone 14 Max will also feature the same design in a body with a 6.7-inch display.

As you can see, these renders don’t look a whole different than the iPhone 13 we have now. The notch is still slimmer and the rear cameras are stacked diagonally. In fact, it makes us wonder what’s truly going to be different about the iPhone 14.
Leaker Max Weinbach, who has a historically solid record, posted alleged schematics for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Both show a 0.2mm thicker phone with a larger camera bump. Interestingly enough, the schematics show that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max won’t differ too much in height and width than their predecessors. These schematics also show the new hole-punch/pill-shaped cutouts.

Taking these schematics, CAD artist Madmix created renders that provide a full look at the iPhone 14 Pro in its actual size. These give a clear indication of what the notch-less display will probably look like, but also leave us with the impression that by not opting for this design the standard iPhone 14 might be a little lackluster.

As we approach the expected launch of the phones, tipster Ice Universe has shared what looks like a screen protector for the iPhone 14 Pro(opens in new tab). These again show the pill and hole-punch cutouts on the front, replacing the notch.


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