A few days after the official presentation of the iPhone 13, Jon prosser, the YouTuber whose leak history has several hits on future Apple products, reinforced the main rumors about the iPhone 14. According to the leaker, the terminal finally will say goodbye to the controversial ‘notch’ in favor of a perforated screen, a trend that multiple manufacturers have followed for some years.
As in previous leaks, Prosser shared some renders to get an idea of the look that the iPhone 14 will have. Certainly, the front changes too much by dispensing with the notch, although we do not know if the perforated screen will have a presence in all the models or only in the Pro variants. In this sense, Prosser clarifies that the renders belong to the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Another interesting point of the report is that Apple would have managed to place the FaceID sensors (TrueDepth camera) under the screen, a key step in being able to say goodbye to the top notch. The iPhone 14 speaker is positioned right on the edge of the device; it is so thin that it can be “camouflaged” in the frame.
Likewise, Prosser ensures that the iPhone 14 will arrive with a new titanium casing, a material that would replace the current stainless steel body. The glass surfaces, on the other hand, would be placed above this casing, while the glass surfaces volume buttons would again be circular. Does it remind you of a smartphone from the past? Yes, it is almost identical to the iPhone 4, which by many is considered the most attractive design in the history of the apple terminal.
Prosser reinforces rumors about iPhone 14
Prosser is not the first to anticipate these characteristics. Last March, Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the most reliable sources when it comes to Apple’s next devices, announced that the iPhone 14 will integrate a perforated screen instead of the ‘notch’. Although it did not specify which models will adopt this novelty, it may be exclusive to the Pro versions.
Most recently, in July, JPMorgan Chase noted that the iPhone 14s will have a titanium alloy casing on the Pro models, while the standard variants would continue with aluminum. What advantage does titanium have over stainless steel? It’s a 45% lighter despite maintaining the same strength. In addition, it has better resistance to scratches and corrosion.
Obviously, our recommendation is to take these reports, including Prosser’s, with a grain of salt. Remember that Apple will announce the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 on September 14 o’clock at 19:00 in Madrid and 12:00 in Mexico City.