First-world problem: 3D printed mockups based on leaked CAD measurements suggest that your current iPhone 13 cases won't fit the upcoming iPhone 14 family.
iPhone 14 Pro
All iPhone 14 models should bring autofocus to the front-facing selfie camera for clearer images, enhanced focus during FaceTime video calls and other perks.
This year's upcoming iPhone 14 models is rumored to add satellite connectivity for SOS response features and emergency contacts anywhere there's satellite coverage.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max display should sport twenty percent thinner bezels that could be more noticeable than the difference between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 bezels.
The tentatively named iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max should swap their twelve-megapixel camera for a new 48-megapixel sensor said to use smaller pixels.
The iPhone 14 Pro camera should get upgraded from 12 to 48 megapixels. As a result, expect the already-prominent camera bump to become even more prominent.
Apple's new A16 chip could be reserved for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, with the non-Pro models predicted to retain the company's current A15 chipset.
Later this year, Apple is probably going to launch a new series of iPhone models. And they will probably be called the iPhone 14. And it sounds like the company is looking to make some improvements to the overall battery life in the future handsets, too.
Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models may increase the amount of RAM from the 6GB in the Pro-branded iPhone 13 models to 8GB, matching Samsung's latest Galaxy S22.
An eSIM is a digital alternative to the necessary SIM card for smartphones. It's a feature that has been popular enough up to this point, but physical SIM cards haven't been completely replaced quite yet. And this might not be the year it happens, either.
Ever since the first iPhone made its grand debut, smartphones have primarily been all about looking at a sheet of glass. It might be hard to remember, or impossible to imagine even in todays' world of foldable phones, but just before Apple unveiled its first phone, the industry had some pretty unique designs out there. And then it all kind of started to look . . . the same.
After years of waiting, and plenty of requests/demands, Apple finally introduced a smartphone with a 120Hz refresh rate for the display. Two, actually, thanks to both the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max welcoming the new addition. And now it appears Apple's ready to share the wealth.