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iPhone 14 Pro: photos of alleged packaging on Twitter

iPhone 14 Pro: photos of alleged packaging on Twitter

It won’t be long before the iPhone 14 is presented: next Wednesday (September 7) is the keynote and a good week later the first devices should go on sale. Photos of the packaging of the new devices, which also contain previously unknown specifications, are now circulating on Twitter. Can’t tell at first if these are fakes, but the dealer was right in the past with his leaks. However, he himself refers to information that in turn comes from the Chinese social network Weibo.

The recordings, which according to @ShrimpApplePro come from the vicinity of the Apple manufacturer Foxconn in China, show, among other things, the sealing area of ​​an iPhone 14 Pro, which would at least confirm this name. The packaging of the Pro models – in addition to the 14 Pro there will probably also be a 6.7-inch 14 Pro Max – is said to be white, that of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, which will probably replace the iPhone mini, could be one has a color. different.

It is also reported that all iPhone 14 models, whether they are Pro or not, are equipped with 6 GB of RAM. The generally well-informed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from Taiwan had already released this information. This is interesting because Apple really wants to differentiate its iPhones more this year. Only the Pro models are said to be equipped with the new A16 SoC, while the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max remain with the A15 SoC from the iPhone 13.

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Also interesting: In addition to the packaging photos, @ShrimpApplePro also posts photos of the iPhone 14 Pro itself. These show Apple’s new TrueDepth module with Face ID facial recognition and a selfie camera. The “double pill” with two holes, one oval and one round, is combined into an oval element, which is placed in the center on the entire top, but has a certain distance to all the edges of the screen. This would remove the previous “notch” in the form of a notch. Combining the “double pill” into a single element costs a few pixels, but makes integration into the operating system much easier.

@ShrimpApplePro’s Weibo source comments that he thinks the new TrueDepth engine looks “too uncoordinated” on at least one 6.1-inch model, but looks “acceptable” on a 6.7-inch screen. This is all reminiscent of the debates surrounding Apple’s first notch, which was first introduced in 2017 with the iPhone X, but has now even conquered the Mac. I’m getting used to it, that is.


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