The iPhone 14 already has a design and the first units are at the factory

The design of the iPhone 14 Pro is already clear and well defined, and the first units are already being manufactured before mass production begins for a launch this fall.

Foxcoon has already received what will be the new design of the iPhone 14 Pro and is already producing the first test units. It will be the manufacturer of the “Pro” iPhones, while the normal models will be made by Luxshare. Everything seems to indicate that this new model that we will probably see in September 2022 will have important design changes

and it is now time to start manufacturing the first test units to correct possible design and manufacturing flaws, before giving the green light to the mass production of the units that will be marketed after the summer.

If we listen to Jon Prosser leaks, The new iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will be thicker, with flat edges like the current ones and with circular volume buttons, reminiscent of the iPhone 4 and 4S. They will also be thicker, enough for the cameras to stop protruding from the body of the device. The “notch” will also disappear from the front and in its place we will have a circular hole for the front camera and another in the form of a “pill” for the entire facial recognition system, which will continue to be the security mechanism of the device.

Apple should launch four iPhone 14 models, two “normal” and two “Pro”. The iPhone 14 and 14 Max, with screen sizes of 6.1″ and 6.7″ respectively, and the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, also with these screen sizes. This would mean the disappearance of the mini model, which could continue to be sold but would not be renewed this year. Rear camera upgrades up to 48MP resolution, 8K quality video recording, and an increase in RAM up to 8GB would be other changes in this year’s models.



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