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The iPhone 14 Pro Max doll shows the dual-hole design on the front

The iPhone 14 Pro Max doll shows the dual-hole design on the front

Pictures of iPhone 14 dolls are already showing up. Last week we saw the appearance of the four models – two small, two large, two vanilla and two Pro – now it’s time to take a closer look at the back.

This appears to be the iPhone 14 Pro Max, judging by the size of the camera bump relative to the rest of the body. Once again, we’re more interested in what’s up front (and what’s not).



Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Doll - Note the double hole design on the front

Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Doll – Note the double hole design on the front

The notch will disappear with this generation of iPhone Pro models (but it will stay for a year longer on the vanilla pair). It will be replaced by a punch-hole, the so-called “bead-and-hole” design – the broader element is the Face ID system, which needs infrared light and an infrared camera, and the other is the new FaceTime camera (with autofocus, allegedly).

The split between Pro and vanilla iPhones will be bigger than ever this year. Not only will the pros have exclusive access to the telephoto camera, they will also be the only ones with a 48MP main camera and the only one to upgrade to the Apple A16 chipset. The vanilla models will stick with 12MP rear cameras and an A15 chip, according to analyst expectations. Vanilla models also don’t get the new “pill and aperture” design up front, and whether their screens have a 120Hz refresh rate remains a matter of some debate (leaning toward “no”).

The \Pill and slot design coming to Pro models first and to vanilla phones next year

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iPhone 15 vanilla models will be based on a “pill and slot” design, according to expectations. Future iPhones are expected to start moving some devices behind the screen, which could start as soon as 2024. Of course, long-term predictions aren’t very accurate (or even possible, considering Apple is still testing what works and what doesn’t). succeed. t).

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