First iPhone 14 Pro CAD renders appear showing Apple's next flagship smartphone from all sides
Apparently, 91mobiles has received CAD files of Apple's next-generation flagship smartphone, the iPhone 14 Pro. As the embedded images below show, the files reinforce previous leaks about rumours about the iPhone 14 Pro series, thought to consist of two models.
Specifically, the iPhone 14 Pro will have the same rear design as its predecessor. Supposedly, Apple will stick with a square camera module for another year, within which it houses three lenses, an LED flash and a LiDAR sensor. Likewise, 91mobiles claims that the iPhone 14 Pro has a 6.1-inch display, the same size as the one on which the iPhone 13 Pro relies.
As expected, this year's flagship iPhone also has a dual punch-hole display, which replaces the notch. The iPhone 14 Pro has uniform display bezels too, and seemingly thinner ones than the iPhone 13 Pro at that. Moreover, the iPhone 14 Pro has a slimmer silhouette than its predecessor on account of its thinner titanium frame.
It remains to be seen whether these renders are accurate, even if they resemble the iPhone 13 Pro. Reportedly, the iPhone 14 Pro will launch in September with an A16 Bionic SoC, 6 GB of RAM and a 48 MP primary camera, among other changes.