Latest ‘iPhone 14 Pro’ Renders Show Several Design Changes [VIDEO]
In a new video published on his YouTube channel Front Page Tech, renowned leaker Jon Prosser has shared some of the most accurate renders of the ‘iPhone 14 Pro’ yet, highlighting several design changes in the upcoming flagship models (via MacRumors).
The latest iPhone 14 renders made by concept graphic designer Ian Zelbo show a range of specific design changes Apple is rumoured to introduce this year.
Looking at the renders, one can appreciate a centered pill-shaped and circular True Depth front camera array replacing the notch, as well as slimmer bezels all around. The display also looks slightly bigger overall. The renders also depict the iPhone 14 Pro ‘s corners as more rounded.
The most striking change at the back of the device is a substantially larger rear camera array, which contains a new 48MP camera system with a 57 percent larger sensor and 8K video recording capability. The larger camera plateau is naturally more noticeable on the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro than it is on the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Check out the video below and share your thoughts with us in the comments section.