A rendering mentions the design of the iPhone 14 which is similar to the Google Pixel 6. This occurs in the form of the wide camera module that will be used on the iPhone 14 similar to the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro.
Some renders of the iPhone 14 Pro have started to be shared by leakers and concept designers @aaple lab via their Twitter account. Unlike previous leaks, renders from @aaple’s lab show that the new device lacks the square camera module that Apple is used to. Apple first introduced this square camera module on the iPhone 11 series, then a year later with the iPad Pro 11 and iPad Pro 12.9 models, and until recently on the iPhone 13 series.
EXCLUSIVE! iPhone 14 Pro (September | 2022)
made by @aaple_lab | based on leaks
I'm not sure that the iPhone 14 Pro will look like this, but I've been told that we'll see something similar with some tweaks.#iPhone #Apple #iOS #AppleEvent #aaple_lab #iphone14pro pic.twitter.com/tLPKvrgOYy
— Kostya Konovalov (@aaple_lab) February 1, 2022
From the leak itself, even the leaker was still unsure about what he had shared. Will the iPhone 14 series look like this or will it undergo a design change when it is released later? However, he claims to have been told that ‘we’ll see something similar with some new tweaks’ for the latest Apple devices.
As a guess, this iPhone 14 will have two punch holes like in this rendering. This is presumably for the Face ID hardware and front camera. Pinning this sensor to the bottom of the display would allow Apple to move away from the notch shape that every Face ID-enabled iPhone has relied on since the iPhone X.
Reportedly, the iPhone 14 Pro series will arrive with the A16 Bionic chipset along with camera upgrades compared to the iPhone 13 series. However, the periscope camera is not expected to arrive until at least 2023.