6 Reasons to Wait for the iPhone 14 & 5 Reasons Not To

The flagship iPhone 13 series models are excellent along with iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 miniature, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, as well as the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which are still performing well However, some may want to hold off on Apple’s 2022 iPhone which is likely to be named iPhone 14.

If you’re considering upgrading your smartphone, you’ve got many alternatives to consider. The iPhone 13 series and iPhone 12 series are indeed the most premium and Apple’s got plenty of other options that merit your attention, including iPhone SE 3, iPhone SE 3, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro as well as the iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE 2, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR.

While a lot of you would enjoy purchasing one of these iPhones or any other device that is not part of Apple’s ecosystem, some might prefer to stay put and await the next iPhone model.

The iPhone 13 series includes some significant enhancements and we’re likely to see more drastic changes to the iPhone series in 2022. Does this put people who are looking for an upgrade to your phone in a bind to decide whether to buy a new phone today or put it off?

iPhone 14 Rumors

It’s still a ways away from the Apple 2022 iPhone announcements We’ve already witnessed a plethora of reliable reports surface.

Apple is widely anticipated to unveil the four brand models of its new iPhone 14 models by 2022, but the company is expected to be reportedly removing its iPhone “mini” model.

The 2022 iPhones will likely have a hole-punch rather than a notch, and major modifications regarding the camera. There will also be a brand new design for the chassis including satellite connectivity and several other improvements that could entice you as you look for the perfect phone.

We’ve also been told that Apple could eliminate the SIM-card slot in physical iPhone models by this year. A report suggests that Apple will release eSIM-only smartphones in September 2022. We could even be seeing an eSIM only iPhone 14 model, one analyst believes that it could be an option.

It is believed that the iPhone 14 series is still under development, meaning that the plans can, and most likely could, and probably will change before when Apple releases the new device this year. However, there are plenty of excellent reasons to think about looking forward to Apple’s 2022 iPhone models.

In this article, we’ll guide you through the top reasons to hold off until the release of the iPhone 14 series and the most compelling reasons to choose another phone long ahead of its iPhone 14 release date.

Wait for a Hole-Punch Design

iPhone 14  Pro: Complete Specs and Design Leaks-Design

If you are averse to the Apple notch, you could be lucky because it appears like Apple has made significant modifications to the iPhone’s design.

Apple did not eliminate the notch until 2021 however in 2021, the iPhone 13 series features a smaller notch than those in the iPhone 12 series as well as the older iPhone models.

The 2022 year is when Apple may decide to eliminate the notch to make way for the hole-punch design of its display. The report is based on an acclaimed analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo. He’s reiterated it in an updated note although he states that the change might be limited to iPhone 14 Pro models.

The analyst Ross Young believes that, while it is true that the iPhone 14 Pro models will be the only models to feature this style, this hole-punch style is expected to appear on all iPhone models by 2023. Young has reiterated his belief in a report released recently.

Korean newspaper The Elec confirms the reports and says Samsung Display will help with manufacturing. As with Kuo The Elec website, it states that the new design will only be available to Pro models.

An article about Elec has been published. Elec confirms it is likely that both the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be equipped with LTPO OLED displays and hole-punch.

The panels will be provided by Samsung as well as LG. A separate report by this same source provides more details about Samsung’s OLED plans for the iPhone 14.

If it is true, it will place the iPhone closer to Samsung’s top-of-the-line Galaxy phones that also feature hole punch designs.

The hole punch isn’t as disruptive as the notch, which could be an ear-saver for those who do not like the cut-off.

Jon Prosser has shared an image of what appears to be iPhone 14 Pro schematics and they show what the hole-punch might look like.

The website 91Mobileshas released renderings of the claimed iPhone 14 Pro design. According to the site, these renders are inspired by leaks of CAD images. They show round and pill-shaped cutouts, which replace the cut-outs.

The Leaker @dylandkt says that the iPhone 14 Pro models will feature a camera cutout in the shape of a pill that is located high up on the screen.

We’ve heard that the iPhone 14 Pro design has been developed and is now been added to the production trial stage that will be the next iPhone model.

The rumored CAD renderings from an iPhone 14 Pro Max hint at smaller bezels on the display. In the case of the less expensive iPhone 14 models, they’re likely to maintain the same size and thickness as those of the iPhone 13 series.

We’ve also seen renderings of the design Apple will use on its lower-end iPhone 14 models. The images, courtesy of MySmartPrice offer hints of a design that is virtually identical to that of the iPhone 13.

The model in the photos is notch-shaped and also features an identical rear-facing camera to the iPhone 13. iPhone 13.

There are also leaks of iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, and iPhone 14 Pro along with iPhone 14 Pro Max display panels that verify all of this info.

Apple received the patent for under-display cameras to enable authenticating biometrics on its iPhone and it’s evident that the company is working on removing the notch shortly. It’s only a matter of the date.

If you’re not happy with the design and feel of the iPhone 12, as well as the iPhone 13 you might want to wait until the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

 

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