Realistic iPhone 14 Pro renders show off Apple’s supposed new design


You’d be forgiven for thinking these iPhone 14 Pro images were the real deal. However, Apple has not decided to launch its iPhone 14 series phones early, they are just well-made unofficial renders designed by Japanese artist Souta.

Starting with the basic shape of the phones, we have a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. These are theoretically the same size as the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, but thanks to thinner bezels, the screens would actually be a bit larger.

An unofficial render of the iPhone 14 Pro, standing on a desk with a monitor in the background

(Image credit: Souta)

The most obvious change to the display is the new notch design. After shrinking the notch slightly on the iPhone 13, Apple is rumored to be outfitting this year’s Pro models with these pill and punch-hole cutouts. Not only would this bring the iPhone a bit closer to the full-screen appearance of its Android rivals, but it would also give you a bit more screen real estate in the same size phone.

Looking at the back of the phones, we can see the usual triple camera (plus LiDAR) arrangement. The camera block could be larger than the current one on the iPhone 13 Pro, as a 48 MP main camera may need some extra space.

An unofficial render of the iPhone 14 Pro, in silver

(Image credit: Souta)

For colors, Souta opted to coat these iPhone renders in purple, a recently rumored color that previously appeared as a mid-life refresh option for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. The iPhone 14 Pro can also be seen here in silver, or “Starlight” in Apple’s official color parlance.

An unofficial render of the iPhone 14 Pro, focusing on Face ID and camera cutouts

(Image credit: Souta)

Beyond the exterior changes, there are other rumored changes to the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max that we’re excited about. The Pro models are said to be getting a new A16 Bionic chipset, while the standard models could stick with a variant of the current A15 chip. On a slightly more negative note, the Pro models could go up in price, costing $100 more than last year’s Pro models.

On the other hand, something we probably won’t see are USB-C ports to replace the well-established Lightning connector. While the most common connection standard is an apparent possibility for the iPhone 15 next year, the iPhone 14 family will most likely be absent.

All of these feature rumors won’t be put to bed until Apple unveils the iPhone 14. That probably won’t happen until September, the month in which most new iPhones were revealed. Until then, check back with our iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro hubs regularly for the latest leaks and rumours.

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