Leaker Jon Prosser shared ostensibly accurate renders of the iPhone 14 Pro, giving the most accurate look at what the device could look like. It is pertinent to state that the iPhone 14 Pro launches later this year. In the latest video on his YouTube channel Front Page Tech, Prosser revealed renders of the iPhone 14 Pro made by Apple’s concept graphic designer Ian Zelbo. Prosser highlighted a range of specific design changes rumored to be featured in this year’s high-end iPhone model.
The front of the iPhone 14 Pro is said to feature a circular and centered pill-shaped True Depth camera array in place of the notch and slimmer bezels around the display, giving a significantly different look to the front of the device. There is also said to be a slightly larger display that adds to the device’s height. The most striking change is at the back of the machine — a substantially larger rear camera array. The iPhone 14 Pro contains a new 48MP camera system with a 56 percent larger sensor and 8K video recording capability. The larger camera plateau is more noticeable on the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro.
The renders depict the iPhone 14 Pro’s corners will come with larger radii for a more rounded appearance. Apple is compelled to change the corner radius of the iPhone 14 Pro due to its larger rear camera array.
The renders also focus on the iPhone 14’s rumored purple color lineup, with Prosser corroborating a previous report that said the iPhone 14 would headline with a purple color option. There are also depictions of the expected Silver, Graphite, and Gold color options for the “Pro” models.
Prosser shared renders of one of the new Apple Watch models to launch this year, showing a new design with a flat display. However, it is not known whether they relate to the second-generation Apple Watch SE, Apple Watch Series 8, or the new Apple Watch “Explorer Edition” with enhanced durability.