Here’s what the rumored purple iPhone 14 Pro will likely look like

At this point, we can all guess what the iPhone 14 Pro will look like. The new renders, which include specific dimensions, used leaked schematics previously covered here and more. These renders take a deeper look at the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro series – rumors now suggest that the phone will also come in a new purple color.

These renders were shared by graphic designer Ian Zelbo in Front Page Tech’s latest YouTube video. As mentioned above, the iPhone 14 Pro is expected to feature a new design with a hole punch and a notch. Nearly borderless, this product will keep the same glass and stainless steel finish, and the camera bump (once rumored to disappear) will increase (guess what!).

For iPhone 14 Pro Max, 9to5Mac previously reported a schematic showing that the phone will become slightly smaller than the previous generation at 77.58mm wide. The height will decrease by 0.1mm, it is now 160.7mm, but it will get a bit thicker with a larger camera sensor bump.

In March, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo confirmed that the camera sensor bump was due to system improvements. Both Pro phones are expected to feature an upgraded 48MP camera sensor, which comes in a larger form factor.

Kuo explained:

The main reason for the larger and more prominent rear camera bump on the iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max is the wide camera upgrade to 48 MP (up from 12 MP on the 13 Pro/Pro Max). The diagonal length of the 48MP CIS will increase by 25-35%, and the height of the 48MP 7P lens will increase by 5-10%.

Other than that, the rumors so far say that the iPhone 14 Pro will feature the A16 Bionic chip, while the iPhone 14 model will likely keep the A15 Bionic processor. Also, no design changes to the regular model are expected, except for a larger, rather than a mini, version of the phone.

You can watch Jon Prosser’s latest video below. Here you can read the four features we expect to see in the new iPhone 14 series.

Are you excited for a purple iPhone 14 Pro? What do you think of the rumors so far?

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