iPhone 14 is reportedly a 'complete redesign'

The iPhone 13 series is barely in stores, but that doesn't stop a growing barrage of leaks around next year's model. As 9to5Mac notes, Bloomberg's historically correct Mark Gurman claims the iPhone 14 will be a "complete redesign" - the first since the iPhone X was launched in 2017. The relatively modest iPhone 13 update is an indication that bigger things are happening would come, he said. Gurman was shy about what the new hardware would bring, but previous rumors could give a clue as to what to expect.
Most notably, the often accurate analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently claimed that Apple would begin dropping the display notch entirely from 2022, starting with an iPhone 14 Pro, which, like many Android phones, uses a hole-punch front camera would. YouTuber Jon Prosser also claimed to have renders based on real photos of the new iPhone. The new model would supposedly resemble an oversized iPhone 4 with a ribbon-like titanium outer ring, flush rear cameras, and a thicker case.
Other rumors suggest that Apple could take a mini iPhone out of its range and replace it with a larger "normal" model and the usual Pro offerings. There have been rumors of Touch ID under the display, but it's not sure if this would be ready for 2022, if at all.
We would look at the reports with some caution. No matter how accurate the reports are, the next iPhone is about a year away. There's still a chance Apple could make significant changes before the design is finalized for production. Whatever the end result, the common theme of the leaks suggests that the iPhone 14 could be a major makeover.

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