iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images

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Even before the iPhone 13 was released, there was talk of Apple ditching the bangs next year. It is noteworthy that all insiders agree with this, so the iPhone 14 is likely to receive a new front panel design.

Designer Waqar Khan used current knowledge to create computer generated images of the flagship iPhone 14 Pro. Renders show reduced bezels around the perimeter of the screen, as well as a small opening for a single front camera. A similar design is already actively used among Android smartphone users.

iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images

The design of the back is also striking: the camera unit does not protrude above the plane of the back of the smartphone. It is difficult to say how much this corresponds to reality.

Earlier it was reported that the iPhone 14 will receive the Apple A15 Bionic, which debuted in the iPhone 13. But then it was reported that the smartphone will receive the new Apple A16 Bionic platform, which will be produced using the same technological process as the Apple A15 Bionic. That is, for the first time in history, Apple will use the same process technology for three years in a row.

iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images
iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images
iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images
iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images
iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images
iPhone 14 Pro with new design, narrow bezels and no protruding camera shown in computer images

Wakar Khan was one of the first to show the exact renders of the Motorola RAZR 2019 clamshell, as well as the new Xiaomi Mix 4 and Huawei P50.

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