In September of this year, Apple launched the new iPhone 13 series. Although the upgrade points such as high refresh screen, small bangs, and A15 chips still make the sales data of the phone very eye-catching, its unchanging notch screen still attracts many users.
I look forward to the new generation of iPhones to bring greater changes, in which the appearance is naturally the focus of everyone’s attention. Previously, it was widely said that the iPhone 14 series would cancel the notch-hole full screen, which made many netizens excited. Now there is the latest news. Recently, some foreign media have further brought more details of the parameters of the screen of the machine.
According to the latest information released by foreign media, basically consistent with the previously exposed news, the new iPhone 14 series will abandon the Liu Haiping that has been used for many years and switch to the current mainstream full-screen design with holes.
In other respects, according to previously exposed news, the new iPhone 14 series may still continue the design of the iPhone 13 and continue to use the right-angle frame scheme. The front is expected to use the punch-hole screen provided by Samsung/LG for the first time, and the screen ratio will also reach the highest in the history of the iPhone, supporting a new generation of LTPO technology.
The design of the rear camera module has also changed. It seems to have changed the previous convex design of the entire module, but each lens is individually convex, which is very similar to the camera module design of the new Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra that has been exposed recently.