The next iPhone 14 will come with big and unique changes
Shortly after the launch of the new iPhone 13 phones, some websites started leaking the specifications of the upcoming iPhones.
According to the latest leaks, the upcoming iPhone 14 devices will undergo significant changes compared to the iPhone devices introduced in the last five years, and the most important change that will occur in these devices is in their exterior structures the edges of the structures will change at sharp angles, and these structures will be supported by durable titanium metal, which will resist shocks and scratches.
As for the front side of these devices, you’ll get high-resolution screens whose frequency reaches 120 Hz, and those interfaces will return to Touch ID technology, but most of its sensor will be built into the bottom of the screen, and the space allocated to the front camera and screen light sensors will be smaller than on the iPhone 13.
Some rumors have it that Apple is portraying these phones with Touch ID processors that are twice as efficient as the current Apple A15 processors, as well as agreeing with some Taiwanese companies to design basic 48-megapixel cameras for their phones. These cameras have 4 times more accuracy compared to current iPhone cameras.
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