Another Hands-On With ‘iPhone 14’ Dummy Units [VIDEO]

In a recently published video, YouTuber iupdate takes us hands-on with alleged dummy units of the entirety of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 lineup, due to launch later this year.

According to reports, Apple will axe the ‘mini’ model of the iPhone with this year’s release, supposedly replacing it with a larger-screened version of the base iPhone 14.

In his video, iupdate shows off replicas of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

The iPhone 14, the YouTuber found, is remarkably similar to last year’s iPhone 13. Going by what the rumour mill has churned out so far, the base iPhone 14 will carry over a lot of the same hardware from last year’s iPhone 13 lineup, including the same processor and cameras but with an extra 2GB of the same LPDDR4X RAM.

This year, there will be an apparent iPhone 14 Max, offering a 6.7-inch display in a non-Pro version of iPhone for the first time, likely to be the ‘cheapest’ entry into a 6.7-inch screen.

The iPhone 14 Max tells the same story, albeit with a larger screen that many will undoubtedly love to have at a lower price point than the Pro Max model typically commands.

This year’s ‘Pro’ models, however, will better distinguish themselves from the base iPhone models than ever before. iupdate noted the new hole and pill cutout that replaces the oft-criticized display notch, along with other physical differences like the larger camera bump.

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are also expected to feature  Apple’s new A16 Bionic processor, along with 6GB of faster LPDDR5 RAM.

A previous hands-on video with an iPhone 14 Pro imitation from last month showcased the physical differences from last year’s iPhone 13 Pro. These include a slightly thicker chassis, along with a bigger camera bump and larger camera lenses to make room for the new 48-megapixel sensors on the rear.