Recent news emerged claiming that Apple might finally show off a new Always-on Display lock screen on the iPhone 14 series. The feature could be announced next week at the WWDC 2022 conference alongside iOS 16.
A new report claims that Apple will use a South Korean-made front camera in the next generation of the iPhone 14 series. The upcoming iPhone 14 lineup will reportedly use a higher-end sensor to improve the quality.
Check out the latest iPhone 14 rumors, where we can see alleged schematics of the higher-end Pro models, which could arrive with a thicker design and more prominent camera bump
The latest rumors suggest that iPhone 14 will not only come with one punch hole for the camera but two for Face ID and Camera cutouts.
The iPhone 14 Pro Series have been rumored to come with an upgraded camera sensor, and the new report claims that Apple might finally up the megapixel count to 48-megapixels, up from 12MP on the current iPhone 13 Series.
Samsung is rumored to be supplying the hole-punched AMOLED displays for the next generation iPhone 14 Pro devices, while LG will provide panels for the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The next generation of iPhone 14 Series are not expected to launch with a processor built on the 3nm process.