Back before the iPhone 13 launched, a leak of the iPhone 14 had been released by Jon Prosser, showing a punch-hole camera design rather than the notch. However, a new leak from TheElec, reveals more information about the iPhone 14 series.
The source tells us that the iPhone 14 Pro will have a 6.06-inch display and the Pro Max will have a 6.7-inch display, with both of them sporting the punch-hole camera design, while the iPhone 14 and 14 Max will still have the notch design.
The Pro and Pro Max models are set to have an LTPO OLED panel that pushes a 120Hz refresh rate, which is expected to be supplied by LG. Meanwhile, the 14 and 14 Max are expected to not include a 120Hz refresh rate with no mention of the display type. It was also said that at least one phone in the iPhone 14 series will include a 48MP front-facing camera, but it was not clear which phone would include it.
From the renders, it is expected that the iPhone 14 will have an even skinnier camera bump, round volume buttons, and a lightning port. Additionally, the phone would be slightly thicker than the current iPhone 13s and include two long mesh cutouts for its microphone and speaker grilles. Other than that, no information was revealed about the device, so stay tuned for more updates from us in the future.