Leaked iPhone 14 front panels offer best size comparison yet


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An image supposedly showing the front screen panels of all four iPhone 14 models has leaked out. It gives a side-by-side comparison of some of the most significant changes coming this fall to Apple’s 2022 handsets.

The new “hole and pill” design for the Pro models is clearly on display, as is the first iPhone Max that isn’t part of the Pro series.

iPhone 14 will include four models in two screen sizes

While the iPhone 14 series is months away, anyone considering buying one of the iPhone 13 models should take a look at what’s coming to see if they want to wait.

The front panels of the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Max sit alongside the panels for the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 in an image that reportedly leaked on the Chinese social-media site Weibo. It was then shared on Twitter by SaranByte.

The image adds to the mountain of evidence that the iPhone 14 Pro models will ditch the screen notch in favor of an new design, with the camera in a round opening next to the Face ID scanners in a somewhat wider one. But two non-Pro models also supposedly on the docket for autumn will keep the same notch as the iPhone 13.

Notably absent from the image is any sign of an iPhone 14 mini. Numerous reports indicate that there won’t be one – Apple will replace it with a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max. The current versions of the mini don’t sell well.

This who want to see the back of the four iPhone 14 models can look at a collection of molds for the upcoming handsets. An image of these also recently leaked.


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