Rumors abound in the world of the Web about the next generation of Apple iPhones. Now it’s time to reveal one of the specifications of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max models.

Apparently both models will arrive with larger screens than their predecessors, which will be a very welcome spec.

iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max get bigger screens

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Design change will allow iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max to have larger screens

Although Apple will only reveal its next generation of smartphones in September, there are more and more rumors suggesting the specifications with which the models will hit the market.

This time, the revelations come through Ross Young, head of the DSCC company, who published the latest news on the social network Twitter. According to the official, the iPhone 14 Pro will arrive with a 6.12-inch screen. An update compared to the previous model that has 6.06 inches on its screen.

Young also adds that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will also get the same upgrade and will show off a 6.69-inch screen. However, this will be a minimal update as the previous model is equipped with a 6.68-inch screen.

But Ross Young goes further and explains how Apple managed to integrate larger screens, without affecting the size of the terminal. The official explains that the change in the design of the camera notch made it possible to increase the space of the screen and, of course, the display.

It should be remembered that it had previously been announced that the Cupertino company will change the design of its Pro models in this 14th generation of iPhone, opting for pill-shaped cutouts to house the camera and Face ID sensors.
A larger screen translates to an equally larger viewing space and that’s always a plus on any smartphone that users tend to welcome.

Apple will differentiate Pro models from non-Pro models in the iPhone 14 series

However, other rumors have also advanced that Apple intends to differentiate its base models from the Pro models in this new generation of iPhone. Thus, the most advanced terminals will have a 120 Hz ProMotion refresh rate while the base models will not integrate this specification.

They will also be different in the integrated processor. The Pro models will feature the new A16 chip, but the base models will keep the A15 Bionic, which will likely have a new marketing name.

On the optical side, there will also be a big difference. Pro models can integrate 48 megapixel sensors and significant improvements in 8K video recording. The base models, on the other hand, will be able to keep the 12-megapixel sensors, although it is possible that more technology will be introduced to capture images with higher quality.

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