Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 14 series later this year. Like every year, this time too many rumors have surfaced online. The latest reveals that the iPhone 14 could be the first iPhone with a punch-hole display just like an Android smartphone. Bloomberg editor Mark Gurman revealed in a recent podcast that Apple may eventually drop its notch design feature for some 2022 iPhones. The same thing was previously predicted by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
according to a report of MacRumorsIf the new iPhone lineup comes with a punch-hole display design, FaceID is likely to be moved to the bottom of the display. Apple may unveil this technology later this year.
Additionally, it is expected that the handsets will come with an OLED display panel that is rumored to be supplied by LG. The display is likely to come with support for 120Hz promotion refresh rate. The Apple iPhone 14 is expected to switch to the Type-C port to comply with EU regulations that mandate mobile makers to use a universal mobile charging solution.
As suggested by analyst Jeff Pu, these models are likely to include the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inch Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. This time 8 GB RAM is expected to be given in the iPhone 14 Pro model. Notably, the latest iPhone 13 Pro models offer 6GB of RAM as of now. In terms of internal storage, the iPhone 14 series models may offer a minimum of 64 GB of internal storage.
According to Gurman, the new M2 chipset will be “slightly faster” than its previous generation. The new M2 chip is expected to feature an octa-core CPU and 9-10-core GPU.
This year, Apple is expected to launch three Apple Watch models including the iPhone 14 series, an AR/VR headset, a new iPhone SE 5G, Apple Watch Series 8, iPad Pro with wireless charging support and more.
Apple could be the first iPhone to come with a punch-hole display after the iPhone 14 which first appeared on BGR India.