Download iPhone 14 Pro Might Come with Under-Display Face ID; iPhone SE 3 Leaked Too for free
New iPhone 14, iPhone SE 3 Details Surface
Renowned leaker DylanDKT has revealed new details about the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone SE 3. His information matches what we’ve heard about the iPhone 14. We’ll finally get the introduction of the punch hole, so say goodbye to the polarizing notch on the iPhone 14. But he also added some new information.
The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max are now expected with Face ID below the screen, and this change would not negatively affect the performance of the Face ID sensors. There’s a chance the non-Pro iPhone 14 models could opt to include Touch ID or Face ID in a way that has long been done on Android phones – using the selfie camera. It has also been revealed that the Pro models may have a pill-shaped punch hole instead of a circular hole.
As for other iPhone 14 details, the 2022 iPhones are likely to arrive with several camera improvements, including the A16 Bionic chipset, and support for USB Type-C port (a first for Apple), among many other upgrades.
Coming to iPhone SE 3, it’s speculated to keep iPhone SE 2 design, which was copied from the iPhone 8. So expect thick bezels, a single rear camera, Touch ID and only internal upgrades. These upgrades can include 5G support, the presence of an A14 or A15 Bionic chipset, a bigger battery, improved cameras and more.
It is further revealed that important design changes for the iPhone SE can be kept for the 2024 model when we can expect an iPhone 11 or iPhone XR-esque design. There could be another iPhone SE model with a smaller screen, which is also expected to launch in 2024. It turns out that Apple has changed its design upgrade cycle and is aiming to use the same, old design for a few consecutive years!
While the iPhone SE 3 could be launched in early 2022, iPhone 14 series will hit the stage in the latter part of 2022. As a reminder, these are just rumors and we don’t have any concrete details from Apple. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we have more details about these phones. So stay tuned!
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