This year’s high-end iPhone models, the iPhone 14 Pro Max as well as iPhone 14 Pro, 6.7-inch, and 6.1-inch respectively, will feature innovative designs, while the other standard models such as the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max and the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, will retain their 2022 design. Cosmic Ultra Machine (through ShrimpApplePro) has pooled draught schematics supplied to them by accessory manufacturers, which, although not showing the whole design, appear to confirm earlier speculations.

First and foremost, the company has discontinued the small model due to its weak market performance, which will instead be replaced by a non-Pro Max model that will sit beyond the entry-level device. These photos also appear to show that the Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro will have significant camera bumps. On account of the expected new 48 Megapixel (MP) camera sensor that will replace the 12MP module in existing phones, the camera bulge appears to have grown in size.

While this higher resolution has the potential to cement the iPhone’s position as the premier camera cell phone, it will be up to 35% larger than the sensor it is replacing, and the height of the 7P lens is expected to be nearly 5 to 10% greater.

The iPhone 14 and 14 Max models will have smaller camera bumps compared to the Pro models, and instead of having three cameras, they are believed to have a dual-camera system. The displays of the phones are not accurately indicated in these photographs, but there are plenty of other leaks to rely on. Instead of a notch model, the Pro models are said to have pill and hole cutouts, and only these varieties are believed to sport 120Hz screens from Samsung and LG phones. The A16 Pro chip is expected to be used in the Pro models as well.

The notch is expected to remain on the standard and Max iPhone 14 models, as well as the A15 Bionic processor. However, Apple is expected to make a few tweaks to the processor and rebrand it as the A16 Bionic. The new line-up could have satellite capabilities as well as more RAM than the present line-up.

Other information that has been revealed so far includes larger batteries, improved camera features, and more. As per sources, this year’s iPhone 14 series is set to debut in September.