The CAD renderings of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro show the entire design in all its splendor ahead of its official unveiling. Rumors about the iPhone 14’s design have been circulating online for some time now. However, it’s not clear if the front and back panels will be completely redesigned. As previously reported, the iPhone 14 series is expected to have a hole-punch cutout in place of the wide notch.
According to reports, there will be four models in the upcoming iPhone 14 series. Apple, the tech behemoth based in Cupertino, could, however, drop the mini version. A new look is coming to the Pro models. In addition, the A16 Bionic chip will only be found in these two models. The rest of the iPhone 14 models are likely to have older processors. Industry sources have now collaborated with the site to produce a number of high-quality renderings of the new iPhone 14 Pro 3D CAD. Along with its complete look and feel, it also provides some key information about the new device.
MySmartPrice has received exclusive access to RAW CAD renders of the upcoming iPhone 14, thanks to an industry insider. The design of the front panel appears to have remained largely unchanged. According to the publication, the iPhone 14 Max could have a massive 6.7-inch display. Additionally, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are expected to be released in September 2022. Leaked computer-aided design (CAD) images suggest that the iPhone 14’s front design will be similar to its predecessor.
Renderings reveal key details about the iPhone 14 Pro.
In the first place, the iPhone 14 Pro CAD renderings show that the bathtub notch has been eliminated. In its place, a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout and a tiny circular cutout will be installed. The selfie camera and the Face ID sensors will fit into these cutouts, as well. There are symmetrical bezels on all four corners and a speaker grille in the top bezel. Alter slider, SIM tray, and volume rocker are all on the left side of the device’s spine, with the power button located on the right side.
There is hardly any difference in design between the backs of the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 13. A squarish module on the back houses three cameras, an LED flash, a LiDAR sensor, and a microphone, among other features. The charging port, microphone, and speaker grills are all located on the bottom edge of the device. The iPhone 14 Pro, which could be released in the same color options as its predecessor, has 5G antenna cutouts all over the device. In other words, the new green color option that debuted at the Peek Performance event could appear on the iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 14 Pro’s 6.1-inch screen is expected to be similar to the iPhone 13 Pro’s. Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro has a promotional OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The A16 Bionic chipset is expected to be used in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. They’ll also include 6 GB of RAM. The A15 Bionic SoC will be used to power the basic iPhone 14 models, which will have a conventional notch.