The alleged design renders of the iPhone 14 Pro have been shared by a reliable graphic designer, Ian Zelbo (@ianzelbo), in collaboration with Tech Analyst, Jon Prosser (@Jon_Prosser) and offer a detailed look at the front and back panels along with four expected color options.
According to the details, the design renders for the iPhone 14 Pro appear to be similar to the CAD renders that were leaked earlier this year in April. Furthermore, these supposed renders corroborate the claims that suggest the iPhone 14 Pro models would sport a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout in the front instead of the notch in the previous generation.
The highly-detailed design renders for the iPhone 14 Pro were shared by graphic designer Ian Zelbo (@ianzelbo), in collaboration with Tech Analyst, Jon Prosser (@Jon_Prosser) of the Front Page Tech Channel on YouTube. It shows a clear tool at the pill-shaped hole-punch cut-out for the TrueDepth camera. Moreover, the smartphone appears to sport slimmer bezels and a slightly larger display compared to iPhone 13 Pro.
According to previous leaks, the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro is expected to host a 48-megapixel wide-angle camera sensor, which is going to be a significant jump up from the current 12-megapixel sensor in the iPhone 13 series. These alleged renders offer a glimpse at the new sensor and the upgraded rear camera module.
Furthermore, the renders also suggest the colors for the iPhone 14 Pro, including Graphite, Gold, Purple and Silver. However, Apple has not shared any information about its upcoming series of smartphones. The iPhone 14 Pro series is expected to launch during the upcoming Apple event on September 13.
The iPhone 14 Pro will start from $1,099, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max could be priced beginning from $1,199.