Leaker Jon Prosser today shared seemingly accurate performances of the iPhone 14 Pro, providing the most accurate look so far for what the device could look like when released later this year.
In the latest video on the YouTube channel Front Page Tech, Prosser unveiled the renders of the iPhone 14 Pro by Apple graphic designer Ian Zelbo, highlighting a number of specific design changes that are rumored to be coming to this year’s high quality iPhone model.
The renders reflect a wide variety of reasonable design rumors from trusted sources, including CAD and specific dimensional performance, schematic leaks, accessory molds, early cases and other information.
The front of the iPhone 14 Pro is believed to feature a centered pill-shaped and circular True Depth camera layout in place of the notch and the thinner bezels around the screen, resulting in a significantly different look to the front of the device. It is also said that there is a slightly larger screen that partially increases the height of the device.
The most striking change on the back of the device is a significantly larger rear camera array, which features a new 48MP camera system with 57 percent larger sensor and 8K video recording capability. The larger camera level is of course more noticeable on the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro than on the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The renderings also reflect the corners of the iPhone 14 Pro with larger beams for a more rounded look. Apple may have had to change the angle radius of the iPhone 14 Pro due to the larger rear camera array.
The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max rear camera arrays largely matched the bezel angle of each device, but when Apple increased the size of the camera arrays with the iPhone 13 Pro and PiPhone 13 Pro Max, no device did not fit her corners. While the difference between the iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max camera arrays is small, the difference between the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro is significant.
It seems reasonable that with another increase in size this year, the discrepancy between the curves of the camera plate, the lenses and the corners of the stainless steel frame itself became very serious on the iPhone 14 Pro, leading Apple to modify the design. The new, larger angle beams still do not exactly match the rounded corners of the rear camera assembly, but they are significantly closer. This correction brings noticeable changes to the front of the device.
The renders also focus on the rumored purple color of the iPhone 14 series, with Prosser confirming an earlier report claiming that the iPhone 14 would have a “unique” purple choice. There are also illustrations of the expected Graphite, Silver and Gold color options for the “Pro” models.
Prosser recently shared renders of one of the new Apple Watch models to be released this year, introducing a new flat-screen design, but it is not known if they are related to the Apple Watch Series 8, the second generation Apple Watch SE. or the new Apple Watch “Explorer Edition” with improved durability.