It can make long-demanded changes to the iPhone 14

The gossip train ran ahead, with a fresh leak already predicting next year’s models.

It only became official a few days ago that this year’s iPhones will be unveiled on Tuesday, September 14th, but that doesn’t stop leakers from dissecting the 2022 news already.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, for example, recently spoke about the iPhone SE coming next year, and now Jon Prosser, Front Page Tech its founder released a series of bold rumors about the iPhone 14 series.

According to Prosser, the design of the next generation will also implement two long-demanded changes. The sensor island (notch) hanging from the display will disappear, there will be only a small hole in its place, and thanks to the thicker housing, the cameras will also fit into the back cover, which has not been seen before since the iPhone 5S.

You can also get a titanium frame with the round volume keys known from the iPhone 4. In addition, the elongated speaker / microphone pair may return instead of a dotted arrangement, but the Lightning connector inserted between them may remain, Prosser knows, at least, that Apple won’t introduce the more universal USB-C standard next year.

Based on the information, the leaker also published a series of renders that show the refined design:

Prosser softens his prediction to the point that he thinks the details of the design may change until next fall’s start, but he confidently says that we should expect the broad outlines of the things he has outlined.

As for the odds, Prosser estimates his accuracy at 74.3 percent AppleTrack, making it one of the smarter leaks. Most recently, for example, he betrayed the announcement date of the iPhone 13 weeks earlier, and before that, he also successfully guessed the price and colors of the iPhone SE, as well as the arrival of color iMacs.

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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.

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