Apple iPhone 14 leaked: Check out this feature

New Delhi: The battery is one of the major upgrades made by Apple to its iPhone 13 series devices. All four models in the iPhone 13 series, namely the iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max, have longer battery life than their 2020 counterparts. In addition, Apple reduced the size of the notch in the iPhone 13 series.

As per previous reports, Apple will be abandoning the notch in its iPhone 14 series handsets in favor of punch-hole displays altogether. Ming-Chi Kuo, a renowned Apple analyst, also predicted that the iPhone 14 will feature a punch-hole display as well as a biometric authentication mechanism that combines Touch ID and Face ID. However, a new analysis says something else. Also read: Facebook, Instagram apologize for second outage in a week

Tipster Panda claims that Apple will not remove the iconic notch from its 2022 iPhone model i.e. iPhone 14 series. Instead, the iPhone maker will shrink the notch by shrinking the footprint of the Face ID sensor and front camera. Interestingly, Kuo previously said that Apple’s Pro lineup for next year will include a hole-punch display, although non-Pro models, such as the iPhone 14, will retain a notch.

On the day the iPhone 13 series was released, tipster John Prosser followed up his claim by revealing design renders of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Images shared by the tipster have revealed that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will feature a hole-punch display with the selfie camera at the top center of the panel.Also read: Facebook Updates! The social media giant has come up with a new page design for Indian users.

Tipster Panda also claimed in a now-deleted Weibo post that Touch ID would not make a return to the iPhone 14 series next year, contrary to several reports that suggested the iPhone 14 would include a combination of Face ID and Touch ID. , enhancing overall security and giving users the option to unlock their iPhones by multiple means, especially while wearing a face mask. According to the source, Apple will continue to adopt Face ID as its primary and only means of biometric verification on the iPhone 14 series handsets.

In other words, those who are hesitant to get the Apple iPhone 13 in favor of waiting for the release of the “tech miracle” iPhone 14 should reconsider their decision.

After all, said and done, the iPhone 14 series is still a long way from introduction, so nothing is set in stone right now. We all know that Apple can surprise us with features and functionalities that we haven’t even heard about at the iPhone 14 announcement event.

By Naveen Bharat Staff



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