The greatest look we’ve yet seen at probable design modifications for the camera lenses, flash, and LiDAR scanner on Apple’s future high-end iPhone comes from new photographs of an iPhone 14 Pro cover mounted on an iPhone 13 Pro.
The case’s image, posted on the Korean blog Naver by user “yeux1122,” shows the back of the next iPhone 14 Pro to have much larger camera lenses. The Wide, Ultra Wide, and Telephoto lenses on each camera will enlarge when trying to fit the case made for the iPhone 14 Pro onto an iPhone 13 Pro. Therefore, in accordance with the photos, the flash and LiDAR scanner will likewise adjust their positions.
Apple is proposing a larger camera bulge on this year’s iPhone, as seen in earlier photographs of iPhone 14 Pro cases and dummy units. There are various new camera features anticipated, which lead to the larger camera lenses and the more pronounced camera array on the back. This year’s “Pro” iPhone is anticipated to have a 48MP wide camera, as well as advancements in low-light shooting and perhaps 8K video capture.
The volume buttons and the volume switcher on the next iPhone 14 Pro will move somewhat higher, according to another photograph published in the same publication. Due to a bigger battery and improved camera hardware, leaked drawings of the next iPhone earlier this year showed an overall thicker and heavier design.
On September 7th , at an event with the theme “Far out,” Apple will introduce four new iPhone 14 models: the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Plus, the iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Apple is anticipated to unveil the Apple Watch Series 8, a new Apple Watch SE, and an all-new Apple Watch “Pro” alongside new iPhones. There are also rumors that the second-generation AirPods Pro will be unveiled at the occasion.