Leaked iPhone 14 Pro schematics reveal a much larger camera cutout than previously thought.
The iPhone 14 isn’t coming out for more than six months, but the picture painted by the usual suspects is almost complete. The most recent leak concerns the arrangement of the Truedepth system on the front of the upcoming iPhone: The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max in particular are said to have a notch called a “notch”.
and other popular Android phones.
Not better, just different
But recent rumors suggest this isn’t really getting much better. After learning earlier this year that there will be two holes in the display — one for the camera and another for the Face ID sensors — Front Page Tech’s Jon Prosser now reports that the cutouts could actually be much larger than we originally thought.
In the latest episode of his Youtube show, Prosser shares leaked schematics of the iPhone 14 Pro’s front display assembly, showing the dual-camera cutout, which matches recent rumors of a round cutout and another pill-shaped cutout. However, the holes are much larger when superimposed over renders modeled after existing Android phones.
iPhone 14: Why it’s really worth the wait
The regular iPhone 14 is expected to retain the notch, so it makes sense that Apple would want to maintain some visual symmetry between the two lines. A larger cutout would match the depth of the recess relatively well while sacrificing some of the space around it.
Other changes expected for the iPhone 14 include a faster chip, more RAM, and improved cameras. It is expected to be launched in September.
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