Apple will release the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models next month with a boatload of forward-facing additions. While the standard models will look more or less the same, the iPhone 14 Pro models are slated to receive a major redeisgn. One of the biggest changes coming with the flagship models is the dual-cutout display. An image of the iPhone 14 Pro screen protector has appeared online that aims to show the size of the dual-cutout display. Scroll down to read more details on the subject.
Alleged Image of the iPhone 14 Pro Screen Protector Reveals Size of the Dual-Cutout Display
The image was shared by Ice Universe on Twitter, showing the potential size of the pill-shaped and pinhole cutout. The protector also shows the bezels that the protector will be covering and it appears to be pretty thin. As can be seen, the dual-cutout in the display is seen to take up a lot of space. It was previously reported that the flagship models will feature a slightly bigger display with 6.12-inch for the iPhone 14 Pro and 6.68-inch for the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Other than the screen, the iPhone 14 Pro models will feature a bigger camera plateau with upgraded sensors. Another major addition is support for Always-On display. It was previously discovered in the latest Xcode beta what the Always-On display will look like. Take note that only the iPhone 14 Pro models will get the technology due to the higher-end display. The standard models will come with a 60Hz refresh rate display while the 'Pro' models are slated to feature a 120Hz variable refresh rate display.
Apple will finally ditch the notch in its iPhone models starting with iPhone 15 but this year, only the 'Pro' models are expected to come with a dual-cutout display. Do take the news with a pinch of salt as the final word rests with Apple.
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