The iPhone 13 hasn’t even been launched yet. That is expected to take place next week, but Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech claims to have gotten a sneak peek at the iPhone 14 already, which is the phone that Apple will most likely be launching in 2022. Assuming he’s correct, it might make some of you hold off from upgrading to the iPhone 13.
According to Prosser, he claims to have seen alleged real-life photos of the iPhone 14 Pro Max and has since worked with RendersByIan to cook up some images of the phone based on what he has seen.
If Prosser’s claims and renders are accurate, the iPhone 14 is expected to introduce some design changes to the phone. Most notably, the notch will be gone but instead of a full in-display camera system, Apple will apparently be adopting a hole-punch cutout. It also seems that the camera bump will be removed as the phone is said to be thicker, which hopefully means a larger battery as well.
There will also be changes to the volume buttons which have been rounded, and according to Prosser, the chassis itself will be made from titanium. There’s no way of knowing if these renders are accurate or if Prosser’s claims are true. He does, however, have a pretty decent track record so far, but given that we’re still a year away, it is possible that things could change.
Either way, it’s best taken with a grain of salt for now, but for more details you can check out his video above.