Starting this year, Apple’s new series of phones the iPhone 14 has been leaked to several media partners. These models also come from accessory manufacturers, and they usually invest a lot of money in these accessories, so the credibility is still very high. It’s just that the machine model only displays information such as hole positions, and does not provide insights into technology, materials, colors, and internal specifications.
As per the information, iPhone 14 series lineup is to launch with 4 models, including two Pro and two non-Pro models, with 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screen sizes. Following its existing naming system, that means we could see a 6.1-inch iPhone 14, a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max.
There is no obvious difference in appearance between the iPhone 14 model and the iPhone 13. There is no mini model this year, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max is used, so it is temporarily impossible to compare.
The Pro model looks poised for a bigger upgrade though. For example, when placed side by side, we can see that the size of the camera bump increases again. Pulling out the ruler shows that the camera bump will expand from 35mm square to about 40mm square. This small increase is to help accommodate the rumored new higher-resolution wide-angle sensor.
The addition of camera modules may affect the compatibility of existing MagSafes. The MagSafe Duo has already touched the iPhone 13 Pro’s camera module, and through the case, Apple’s official MagSafe wallet has just touched the edge. Increasing the size breaks compatibility with these two accessories on the iPhone 14 Pro.
On the Pro model, you can see a new pill shape inside the screen. In bright light, this becomes clear and may indicate a significant difference between the Pro and non-Pro models.