When the iPhone 13 series launched two weeks ago, there was a bit of disappointment among the tech enthusiasts as it did not have many major upgrades over last year’s iPhone 12 series. However, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple is reportedly working on a major, more dramatic redesign for next year’s iPhone 14 series.
In his latest edition of the Power On weekly newsletter, Mark Gurman talks about the various incremental upgrades of the iPhone 13 series when compared to last year’s iPhone 12 series. The main three upgrades are the ProMotion display, an upgraded camera system and a larger battery.
While these aren’t exactly exciting upgrades for the iPhone, it does suggest that Apple is working on features that require more time and is also planning a bigger visual changes for the next iPhone 14 series. In particular, Mark Gurman expects new entry-level and Pro models and a complete redesign.
These rumours are in-line with those from both Ming Chi-Kuo and Jon Prosser, who believe that the iPhone 14 Pro models will have a punch-hole display with under-display FaceID sensors. Apple is also expected to bring under-display TouchID sensors in 2023 introduce their first ever foldable devices in 2024.