According to reports, the iPhone 14 Pro has begun trial production, which is the first step before commercial manufacturing and releases later this year. The yearly event is a critical step in which Apple tests the production capabilities of its suppliers for a new product, while the latter examines the practicality of acquiring the necessary material, manufacturing the product, and assuring quality checks on the same.
Another reason why the manufacturing stage is significant is that it indicates that Apple has finalized the design of its flagship iPhone series for this year. While the corporation would not publish the information for obvious reasons, we have a good notion of the improvements that may be implemented this year according to earlier disclosures by prominent tipster Jon Prosser.
Last year, Prosser noted a few modifications to the iPhone 14 range in his video. The most noticeable of these is the understated camera bump at the rear. The iPhone 13 Pro Max’s squarish camera model with significantly protruding camera lenses will purportedly be integrated with the back panel. This would assist balance out the phone’s back panel, allowing for simpler positioning with the camera lenses without unbalancing the phone when held face-up on a table.
Another significant change will be the front-facing selfie camera. While current Apple flagships have a very broad notch to house the selfie camera, the next generation of Apple phones will have a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout. According to a video posted last month by YouTube user thehacker34, the iPhone 14 Pro versions would include two punch-hole cuts on the display. The TrueDepth camera system for Face ID will be housed in one, while the selfie camera will be housed in the other.