CAD Render Tips Design for iPhone 14 Pro, Thinner Side Bezels

A computer-aided design (CAD) render of the iPhone 14 Pro has appeared online, revealing the handset’s likely design. According to the leaked render, the forthcoming iPhone 14 Pro will have slimmer borders than its predecessor, the iPhone 13 Pro. A pill-shaped cutout and a hole-punch cutout with a larger display viewing area can be seen on the smartphone. The next-generation Apple A16 Bionic chip is slated to power it. Apple, on the other hand, has yet to make an announcement about the iPhone 14 Pro.

Ice universe (@UniverseIce), a well-known tipster, shared the supposed iPhone 14 Pro CAD render on Twitter. It displays the iPhone 13 Pro side by side and showcases the forthcoming phone’s tiny bezels all around. A pill-shaped hole punch cutout is expected to be included in the iPhone 14 Pro. This, rather than the display notch seen on past iPhone generations, could provide the future handset additional display viewing area.

Because Apple has yet to acknowledge the existence of the iPhone 14 Pro, this information should be taken with a grain of salt.

The iPhone 14 Pro has been tipped several times in recent weeks. The next-generation Apple A16 Bionic chip is expected to be included. The A15 Bionic CPUs that power the iPhone 13 series and the new iPhone SE are expected to be used in the normal iPhone 14 models (2022).

Instead of a huge notch, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to have a new pill-shaped hole punch cutout. According to previous rumors, the iPhone 14 Pro is expected to be somewhat thicker and taller than the iPhone 13 Pro. It is expected to measure 147.46 x 71.45 x 7.85mm, compared to 146.70 x 71.50 x 7.65mm for the iPhone 13 Pro.

According to a recent rumor, iPhone 14 Pro models will feature updated Lightning ports capable of supporting USB 3.0 speeds. The Lightning connector on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is purportedly being upgraded to USB 3.0 speed (5Gbps) by Apple engineers. The Lightning connector used on current iPhone models is USB 2.0 compatible (480Mbps)

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