When Apple introduced the iPhone 12 series, they also introduced a brand new design to its iPhone lineup where the company brought back the flat sides and edges that they originally introduced in the iPhone 4. However, it looks like Apple could be introducing a slight design change this year.
According to a report from 9to5Mac, they have been told by their sources that Apple is expected to introduce a new design to its iPhone 14 Pro models, which includes the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The changes will be mainly made to the display where they will now be “taller”.
This is apparently due to the use of the alleged pill-shape cutout that last we heard, is supposed to an exclusive to the Pro models as well. We’re not sure why the use of the pill cutout would require a taller display, but that’s something that we might be able to look forward to. It is unclear how much bigger the newer displays will be as a result of it being stretched, so we’ll have to wait and see.
The report also claims that Apple will be ditching the “mini” iPhone and will instead offer a 6.1-inch as the base model and a 6.7-inch as the second model in the non-Pro series.