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Apple is expected to announce its next flagship series only in September 2022, but rumors are already starting to run online. What innovations are we likely to see? We have compiled the latest reports



Without a charging socket?

Everything that is currently known about the iPhone 14

Apple is expected to announce its next flagship series only in September 2022, but rumors are already starting to run online.

What innovations are we likely to see?

We have compiled the latest reports

Yinon Ben Shoshan

08/12/2021

Wednesday, 08 December 2021, 11:57 Updated: 12:05

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IPhone 13 Pro (Photo: GettyImages)

The iPhone 13 series was officially announced only about 4 months ago (and already suffers from stock issues), but that does not prevent reports, rumors and leaks about the next generation - the iPhone 14 - from starting to pop out.



First, according to estimates Apple may skip number one ahead and not return to "S" branding in the next generation as well.

However, there is another option - marking the devices according to their specifications and size: regular models or pro models, along with the year of launch.

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Imaging: iPhone 14 (Photo: FrontPageTech)

Farewell to the deficit?

The biggest change we are currently expecting in the next iPhone series is the removal of the notch (notch) that has been at the top of the company's devices since the iPhone X, which came out in September 2017 and came with a screen that covers almost the entire front of the device except for sensors and front camera.



According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is considered particularly reliable when it comes to Apple products, at least in the pro giant models the technology will place the camera and other sensors in a hole at the top of the screen - similar to Samsung's Galaxy series and other manufacturers.

The flaw in the iPhone - has been with us since 2017 (Photo: Walla! Technology, Yinon Ben-Shoshan)

Fingerprint reader

If you expect to find a Touch ID scanner under the screen - a technology that competitors have had for years, it seems that Apple may wait with it until at least 2023. According to reports in the past year, the following models may come with a biometric sensor on the power button - similar to the iPad .

And there are a few more upgrades

For several years now we have been hearing reports that Apple is expected to remove the charging socket (Lightning), which is also used to connect the device to a computer for reset or backup.

It was previously claimed that the move was launched as early as 2021, but this did not happen.



Now, the iPhone 14 Pro models may be the first to arrive without a Lightning socket.

The devices are expected to support charging using Magsafe, a wireless charging technology integrated with a strong magnetic linkage that exists in the iPhone 12 series.

Will we part from the charging socket? (Photo: ShutterStock)

According to another leak coming from YouTuber and leaker John Proser, the dedicated area for the lenses will be cut exactly to their shape instead of a square or large rectangle as a surface as is common in most phones today.

Also, another report claims that for the first time the Pro models will come with a main sensor with a resolution of 48 megapixels.



As for the screen size, it seems that Apple may give up the mini model, which comes with a 5.4-inch screen, and offer an iPhone in only two sizes: 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch.

The base models will be iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, along with the Pro models - iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

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