Since iPhone 12 series, Apple has added several differentiating features to clearly distinguish between the base and Pro models, other than their size. The Pro models have different color options, improved cameras, larger batteries, and other distinguishing features.
Following the same design philosophy, rumor mills claim that Apple will launch the new iPhone 14 Pro models with redesigned notch and camera system. While the iPhone 14 base models will have the same notch and rear camera design as the iPhone 13 base models.
YouTuber and Apple leaker, Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech has shared new renders of the upcoming 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max models with all the expected changes in the design and new purple color option.
New iPhone 14 Pro models in purple will have a pastel tone with a glossy back and matching edges
Reportedly, iPhone 14 Pro models will feature a new “Pill + Hole” notch to offer a more screen-to-body ratio, thinner bezels, and a 48MP rear camera housed in a larger camera module. It is also claimed that for iPhone 14 series, Apple will introduce a new “purple” option for pro models. Previously, the company launched iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini in purple in 2021.
Based on the details shared in alleged schematics and reports, Prossers and his concept artist, Ian created renders of upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models in a new purple color option in which the glossy back, matching edges, and the rims of the rear camera are also color-matched, the materialization of Apple’s classic “attention to detail” concept.
He also talked about his previous claim of a notch-less and camera-bump less iPhone 14. He expects that Apple will introduce those design changes in 2023 iPhone 15 models. Interested individuals can download images of Prossers’ renders here.
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