iPhone 14 Pro CAD renders show thicker camera bump and thinner, symmetrical bezels

Up until today, we had only seen iPhone 14 Pro renders based on rumors – but a fresh report brings us the first 3D CAD renders. Apple is widely expected to release four new iPhone models this year: 6.1-inches iPhone 14, 6.7-inches iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inches iPhones 14 Pro, and 6.7-inches iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The new renders, which 91Mobiles got from industry sources, are of the 6.1-inches iPhone 14 Pro. Both Pro models are highly likely to ditch the notch that houses the front camera and Face ID components in favor of a pill-shaped cutout and a circular hole. 

The cutouts, as recent reports had mentioned, are not as inconspicuous as earlier images had indicated, but do take up less space than the notch, so that’s some improvement. Like the iPhone 13 Pro, the successor also has rounded edges, but it does seem a little taller, as a recent leak had implied. Apple has apparently increased the aspect ratio to better fit in the new cutouts.

The bezels have been slimmed down and also look perfectly symmetrical, which gives the device a sleek look.

All buttons and ports are seemingly the same between the iPhone 13 Pro and 14 Pro and the key takeaway here is that we might not get circular volume buttons, as a certain hit and miss leaker had said, and the phone still has a SIM card tray, which refutes rumors that had indicated that some models could come without one. 

There was also chatter that the iPhone 14 Pro would be thicker and that this would allow Apple to flatten the camera bump, but the renders indicate that rumor was also inaccurate. If anything, the camera bump looks a little thicker. 

The new lineup will be revealed in September.

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