New renders of iPhone 14 Pro models reconfirm pill-shaped notch, punch hole camera and more

In September, Apple is expected to unveil the next-generation iPhone series. New CAD renders of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models by Madmix reconfirm the multiple design changes which sources allege will be released this year like the smaller pill-shaped notch, punch hole camera, and larger camera module.

Several supply-chain and industry sources have claimed that Apple will redesign the display of the iPhone 14 Pro models this year by shrinking the notch that houses Face ID and other components and introducing a punch hole selfie camera. The alleged design changes will inherently make the screen real estate of the smartphone larger than the current iPhone 13 Pro models.

iPhone 14 Pro

First interactive 3D renders of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max

Based on the shared schematic, Madmix has created the first 3D interactive renders of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models which can be viewed in several design apps for users to have a complete 360 view of the upcoming smartphones.

@DuanRui tweeted a few samples of the 3D renders which show black and white models with monochromatic wallpapers on the redesigned larger display with a new notch and selfie camera. The rear camera module is noticeably larger on the Pro Max model.

iPhone 14 Pro

iPhone 14 Pro

Other alleged design changes coming to the Pro models are more rounded edges, thinner bezels, a larger rear camera lens and module, and will be slightly thicker than the current Pro models.

Reports also claim that the iPhone 14 Pro models will be powered by an A16 Bionic chip, and will feature a 48-megapixel front camera, satellite connectivity, up to 8GB RAM, faster USB 3.0 Lightning connector, variable refresh rate, and more.

It is also speculated that iPhone 14 series, including the Pro models, will be available in a purple color option.

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