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iPhone 14 Pro CAD rendering tips design, thinner side frames

Computer-aided design (CAD) rendering of the iPhone 14 Pro has surfaced online, offering a glimpse into the possible design of the upcoming handset. The leaked render suggests slim bezels on the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro compared to its predecessor iPhone 13 Pro. The smartphone features a pill-shaped cutout and a punch-hole cutout with a larger display viewing area. It is expected to be powered by the next-generation Apple A16 Bionic chip. However, Apple has yet to announce anything regarding the iPhone 14 Pro.

The alleged CAD rendering of the iPhone 14 Pro was post on Twitter by well-known tipster Ice Universe (@UniverseIce). It gives a side-by-side look with the iPhone 13 Pro and shows narrow bezels all around the upcoming phone. The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to come with a pill-shaped cutout. This instead of the display notch on previous iPhone generations could add more display viewing area on the next device.

As there is no confirmation from Apple regarding the iPhone 14 Pro yet, this information should be taken with a pinch of salt.

Over the past few weeks, the iPhone 14 Pro has received several tips. It is expected to feature the next-generation Apple A16 Bionic chip. Regular iPhone 14 models are expected to come with the current generation A15 Bionic chips that power the iPhone 13 series and the new iPhone SE (2022).

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max both feature a new pill-shaped cutout instead of a large notch. According to past leaks, the iPhone 14 Pro might be slightly thicker and taller than the iPhone 13 Pro. It is designed to measure 147.46 x 71.45 x 7.85mm compared to the iPhone 13 Pro dimension of 146.70 x 71.50 x 7.65mm.

A recent leak suggested that iPhone 14 Pro models will have upgraded Lightning connectors that can support USB 3.0 speed. Apple engineers are reportedly working on upgrading the Lightning connector to USB 3.0 (5Gbps) speed for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The Lightning connector seen on current iPhone models operates at USB 2.0 speed (480 Mbps)


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