iPhone 14: leaked images of what Apple's next version would be

iPhone 14: leaked images of what Apple’s next version would be

Illustration of iPhone 14. (Photo: ComputerHoy)

the iPhone andIt is one of smart phones the most anticipated of the year in the technology industry and for this “merit”, the interest in leaking information on such launches is much more attractive. The most curious thing is that many of these previously known data turn out to be real.

Now it has been disclosed that Apple would make changes to the sizes of the iPhone 14 compared to the iPhone 13 Yes iPhone 12 as well as, this would greatly improve the lightning connector.

The four iPhone 14 molds would only have two sizes

For several years, the Cupertino company has differentiated its iPhone in two versions: the standard model and the Pro.

In addition, from 2020 it has incorporated two versions to each of these ranges, presenting a model A 5.4-inch “Mini”, a 6.1-inch Standard, a 6.1-inch Pro and finally a 6.7-inch “ProMax”. It doesn’t look like that will change completely in 2022, but it does. would withdraw the famous “Mini” from the market.

Molds for iPhone 14. (Photo: MacRumors/Max Weinbach)

Molds for iPhone 14. (Photo: MacRumors/Max Weinbach)

The molds refer to a rumor that circulated a few months ago that the iPhone 14 size design would look like this:

-iPhone 14: 6.1 inches

-iPhone 14 Max: 6.7 inches

-iPhone 14 Pro: 6.1 inches

-iPhone 14 Pro Max: 6.7 inches

It should be noted that these names are not confirmed by any source and should be used as a guide. In any case, they serve perfectly to see what options Apple would offer with its new flagships.

If finally it happened like this, there would not be too much novelty between being able to choose a 6.1 inch mobile in the standard or ‘Pro’ version, but it would mean a change in being able to choose a large iPhone without having to choose between more expensive models.

The iPhone 14 would have a much faster Lightning connector thanks to the cameras

This iPhone connector has been controversial because it uses a different system than the USB Type-C

For example, users of android phones with USB Type-C ports have connection speeds up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0-based iPhone Lightning connectors. And this is a problem when transferring large files to a computer, for example.

Type-C Lightning connector of the iPhone.  (photo: iSenaCode)

Type-C Lightning connector of the iPhone. (photo: iSenaCode)

However, if a user is planning to buy one of the different versions of the iPhone 14 that will hit the market next September, you should know that the connection port would be much faster than in other versions of the previous edition.

Of course, we must not believe that the company founded by Steve Jobs They do it to help their customers, but because they have no other choice. In principle, the Lightning connector must support USB 3.0 speeds, but currently only iPad They have this article.

But again, Apple discovered a problem that forced it to improve the Lightning connector for its next phone line. And the reason is iPhone 14 camera.

Illustration of the iPhone 14 cameras. (Photo: Metro)

Illustration of the iPhone 14 cameras. (Photo: Metro)

It’s an open secret that one of the main features of the iPhone 14 will be its photographic part. The Cupertino-based company wants to significantly improve the cameras of its next generation of smartphones so that users can record 8K movies through the ProRes mode.

And because of that, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max would have a Lightning connector with USB 3.0 support. Quite simply because the videos recorded with this resolution will have a considerable weight and with a connection like that of the iPhone 13, it would take hours to transfer a video file recorded in 8K.

No matter the reason, the fact that iPhones with the most professional versions finally integrate this element to improve transfer speeds This is great news for users who are considering buying an iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max. Now they have one more reason for that.

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