California-based tech giant Apple is gearing up for the launch of their annual iPhone series smartphones, which is expected to take place in September. Ever since the company confirmed that its plans for the annual iPhone series are on schedule, there have been various rumors about the changes in design and specs of the upcoming line-up.
We have already informed you about how this year the iPhone Mini will be replaced by the iPhone Max variant and expected design changes as well. Now some renders have surfaced courtesy of Jon Prosser x Ian Zelbo which show the design of the iPhone 14 from close quarters.
iPhone 14 New Design Renders
Jon Prosser has released a YouTube video that consists of new design renders by designer Ian Zelbo. This concept renders include almost all the design changes that are expected in this year’s iPhone 14. Prosser claims that these are the most accurate design predictions that you will find in this year’s iPhone.
The latest renders show the front panel to come with a centered pill-shaped and circular true depth camera. The iPhone will have slimmer bezels giving it an entirely different look. The body of the iPhone is likely to be of glass and stainless steel for a premium finish.
A larger display is also expected which will add more height to the device. The new renders have also revealed a new color variant that is expected- A purple shade along with gold and grey colorways. The edges of the device are shown to be flat, but the camera bump has gotten bigger.
In terms of the camera module, the newest renders show a larger rear camera module which is expected to house a 48MP sensor which will be 57% larger. iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to have larger displays than iPhone 13 Pro devices. As per Ross Young, Apple plans to increase the display size of the iPhone 14 Pro to 6.12-inches from the current 6.06-inches. Whereas the iPhone 14 Pro Max model will be 6.69-inch as compared to the existing 6.68-inches diagonally.
While Jon Prosser claims that these design renders are the most accurate ones, but past experiences indicate that Apple has proved all the leaks wrong many a time. So, till the brand itself doesn’t confirm anything about the new iPhone’s design, all this information should be taken with a pinch of salt.