The 2022 iPhone 14 models are still some months away, but since these devices have gotten a significant update, we've been hearing rumors about them long before the iPhone 13 models came out.
iPhone sizes will change in 2022, and Apple is scrapping it because the 5.4-inch iPhone mini proves unpopular with customers. After sluggish iPhone Mini sales, Apple plans to target larger iPhones for its flagship devices, we expect the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, 6-inch, 7-inch iPhone 14 Max and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Since 2017, iPhones with Face ID have had a notch on the front to accommodate all the mandatory face-scanning equipment, but that may change with the launch of the iPhone 14. The 2022 iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to try to to away with the notch in favor of a brand new design. Rumors are a touch mixed at the instant, but it's like Apple will use a mixture of circular punch-hole cutouts for the cameras and pill-shaped cutouts to accommodate the key Face ID components. Unfortunately, this feature are going to be limited to the professional models, and therefore the standard iPhone 14 models will still have the quality notch.
The rear camera also sees a brand new design, with Apple introducing a thicker body that eliminates the camera bump. If successful, the lens, flash and lidar scanner may be flush with the car window, but we've only heard one rumor suggesting that would happen.
Some new iPhones may feature titanium frames, and redesigned speaker and microphone grilles are possible. Apple could also use a replacement vapor chamber cooling system to stay iPhones cool to reduce the impact of faster chips and 5G connections.
New iPhones always include camera improvements, and also the iPhone 14 is not any exception. there'll be improvements to the ultra-wide-angle camera, and it's possible that Apple will introduce a "periscope" optical lens that will leave a bigger optical zoom, but it's unclear if that may are available 2022 or 2023. Pro iPhone models also get a 48-megapixel camera and 8K recording.