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iPhone 2022 leak: Under-display Touch ID, less expensive 6.7-inch iPhone

24 June 2021 0

While we are still at a good distance from the launch of this year’s iPhone models, several new reports on the next iteration of iPhone models are making rounds.

Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the top Apple analysts has revealed a couple of things about the 2022 iPhone models in his newest investor note. As obtained by the tech publications 9to5Mac and Macrumors, the investor note mentions some interesting details.

Kuo believes that Apple plans to have four models in the 2022 iPhone lineup, two low-end 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch flagships alongside the two high-end 6.1 and 6.7-inch models. This indicates Apple might give an end to the 5.4-inch mini variant in 2022, this is something previously reported as well.

Now, according to Kuo, two high-end models will get the under-display Touch ID, while the lower-end models will lack this feature. Kuo also believes these two high-end models will have a wide-camera upgrade to 48MP. Furthermore, according to the report from 9to5Mac citing Kuo’s investor note, the name of these 2022 iPhone models could be iPhone 14, iPhone 14 (6.7-inch), iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Kuo has also said that the iPhone Max will represent the lower price ever for a large 6.7-inch iPhone. Kuo believes this variant might be priced at under $900 USD, the lowest price ever seen on any iPhone. For comparison, the current 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max starts at $1,099.

The latest investor note does not mention things around the design, however, some past reports have talked a bit about the 2022 iPhone models.


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