IPhone 14 | The design of the Apple equipment that would arrive without a notch is filtered

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The iPhone 13 has not yet been presented and Jon Prosser has already revealed the design that the iPhone 14 would have, which would arrive without notch and with titanium as the protagonist

Within days of the official presentation of the iPhone 13, Jon Prosser presented the supposed design of the iPhone 14, this model is expected to be presented in 2022.

According to the images released by the analyst, this model of Manzana would arrive with a back cover without relief on the cameras and the absence of the notch.

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Instead of notch this team of Manzana It would have a front camera with a tiny hole in the screen. This would not affect the Face ID since it will have sensors under the screen.

However, this feature would not be found in all models and would only arrive in the Pro version.

The leaked images of the iPhone 14 shows that in this version its thickness would be increased, since it would not have the protrusion of the rear cameras.

It would also have lateral metal bars, apparently composed of a titanium alloy. This material would make the equipment more elegant and resistant.

Users have pointed out that its design resembles that of the iPhone 4, since the volume buttons are more rounded.

Rumors detail that this thickness would allow the inclusion of “a lens in periscope format for a more powerful zoom, something that has been rumored for a long time.”

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Jon Prosser announced that it is too early to know the characteristics of the iPhone 14. But he pointed out that it could be a preview of the device that Manzana could launch in a year.

The analyst even noted that “Apple will continue to use the Lightning port on that model instead of the rumored USB-C port.”

Jon Prosser pointed out that he verified this data up to 3 times with his sources and they assured him that Manzana will continue betting on this port.

It should be noted that this information should be taken as a leak and not as a final design. Most tech companies present a few versions before their final design.

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