Renowned Tianfeng Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously said that Apple will release the iPhone SE3 next year. It will offer a smaller body and more affordable price than any other iPhone model in 2022 (remember, the iPhone 14 lineup shouldn’t have a mini model).
Now, a Chinese source has published a selection of computer renders of the iPhone SE3 that showcase the design of the bezel with the familiar cutout at the top of the screen. At the back, the smartphone will receive a single camera with flash, which are housed in an oval block.
It is believed that the new iPhone SE3 will be the cheapest and most compact Apple smartphone with support for fifth generation networks. It has been suggested that it could be based on the Apple A14 single-chip system.
As for the fingerprint sensor, it should be located on the side panel. There are also rumors that Apple is preparing an iPhone SE Plus with a larger screen and a hole for the front camera. The fingerprint sensor for this smartphone should be located under the surface of the screen or on the side of the case.
Apple has confirmed that the presentation of the company’s new products from Cupertino will take place on September 14 this year. The iPhone 13, AirPods 3 and Apple Watch Series 7 smartwatches are expected next Tuesday. Apple shares have surged to a record high following the announcement of the fall launch date, with many users being skeptical.
Following the first computer generated images of the iPhone 14, Ross Young, founder of research companies Display Supply Chain Consultants and DisplaySearch with 25 years of industry experience, has released estimated specs for all models in the line.
The iPhone 14 Max is still listed on Apple’s website. It was renamed to iPhone 14 Plus at the last moment
Apple introduced a total of four iPhone 14 series smartphones this year, including the iPhone 14 Plus, which is scheduled for release on October 7th. The last smartphone with the Plus prefix was the iPhone 8 Plus, released in 2017.
However, before the Apple conference, there was a lot of information that this 6.7-inch model is called the iPhone 14 Max. Now there is new evidence that the smartphone was called that. A Dutch tech blog found that there are at least two places in iPhone support documents, including Apple’s official website, where the iPhone 14 Plus is referred to as the iPhone 14 Max. This indicates that the commercial name iPhone 14 Plus was chosen at the last moment, while Apple did not have time to remove all references to the iPhone 14 Max.
Judging by the sales of the iPhone 14, as well as the level of pre-orders for the iPhone 14 Plus, the new model could end up being the most unsuccessful large Apple smartphone ever.
Yesterday we wrote about the new use of Dynamic Island in the iPhone 14 Pro. The developer decided to “hide” the cat inside Dynamic Island. When the user touches the screen, the cat tries to grab it with its paw.
“The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the best smartphone in Samsung’s history.” The new flagship will not be completely similar to its predecessor
The well-known insider Ice Universe, who regularly shares exclusive information about the latest in the mobile industry, made a loud statement about the yet unannounced Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone.
Overall, I think the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will be the best smartphone Samsung has ever made.
This seems strange, given that the first renders show that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is virtually indistinguishable from its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, Ice Universe has reasons for such a statement. He provided comparison images of Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
As for the chin and curved screen, the Galaxy S23 Ultra is less curved and closer to a flat screen.
This insider was the first to accurately talk about the new trend of smartphones with waterfall screens, the notch in the iPhone X, the new design of the iPhone 14, and Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor. Exclusive information about new products is leaked to him by sources in the research and development department of the South Korean giant.
The iPhone 14 Pro was completely destroyed, but the cameras remained intact. The blogger tested the smartphone for durability with a blender
What happens if you put the new iPhone 14 Pro in a blender and turn it on? The author of the TechRex channel decided to check this. You can see the results of this experiment in the video below.
The smartphone, of course, could not stand such a test and was completely destroyed very quickly. Moreover, the blender itself suffered in the process: its bowl burst.
But what is interesting is that the cameras of the smartphone were not affected. The glass around the lenses, of course, did not survive the loads, but the cameras themselves remained intact and did not even get scratches.
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