The Elec report states that iPhone 14 Pro models will have a 48MP punch hole camera; budget iPhone 14s will retain the notch
A news report in The Elec stated that Apple will finally be moving on from the iPhone's infamous Face ID notch. According to the report by the Korean outlet, next year's iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models will feature punch hole cameras instead, with 48 MP sensors.
These will be embedded in 120 Hz LTPO OLED panels from LG. It's interesting to note that, despite getting rid of the notch, Apple's significantly upping the sensor size on the iPhone 14 lineup's selfie cameras, going up from 12MP on the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max to 48 MP.
The reports states that, as with the iPhone 13 lineup, entry-level iPhone 14 models will use standard 60 Hz OLED panels sourced from BOE. These panels will have notched displays, just like earlier iPhones.
Punch hole camera iPhone 14s aren't the only thing new to Apple's 2022 iPhone lineup. Earlier, analyst Ming Chi-Kuo predicted that Apple's planning on introducing a 4.7-in iPhone SE model with 5G connectivity next year - in terms of design, it will likely be similar to the iPhone SE 2020 model that Apple currently sells.
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