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iPhone 14 Pro First Hands-On Information Leaked

The iPhone 14 Pro is still being talked about with this time a first grip revealed in detail on Twitter. Indeed, the well-known leaker LeaksApplePro claims that one of its sources was able to test the next smartphone and give him his impressions. So many details are in line with previous leaks.

While almost all of the information about the iPhone 14s was already known in advance, we were no longer waiting for a handle to come to our first impression. It is now done thanks to the work of the leaker LeaksApplePro, especially prolific regarding the next smartphones of the company Cupertino, who claims that one of its sources has been able to get their hands on the iPhone 14 Pro.

As the first notable information, the leaker confirms that the notch of the display has disappeared and has been replaced by a double hole for the Face ID sensors. According to him, although the design change is remarkable, it doesn’t add much, because it works like the previous punches. It won’t take long to completely forget it. On the other hand, LeaksApplePro points out that the smartphone is quite fat which could correlate with rumors of a bigger battery.

These are the first impressions of the iPhone 14 Pro

While the design of the Pro model will be radically different from that of its predecessors, LeaksApplePro states that: the screen will be relatively similar to that of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Unfortunately, the source could not give his impressions of the always-on screen, a great novelty of this generation, as it has not been tested. On the other hand, the photo module was entitled to its own review, which is currently mixed.

Indeed, the leaker reports that there are “some problems” with the photo portion of the smartphone. This does not go into detail but nevertheless states that “the new 48MP sensor is best on a smartphone when there is enough light”. Night mode would be pretty bad though at least worse than the iPhone 13. Keep in mind that this may change between now and release, however, thanks to Apple’s latest optimizations

Lucia Coleman

I’m a communication enthusiast and junior editor-reporter at Research Snipers, I have completed a degree in Mass Communication but am very enthusiastic about new technology, games, and mobile devices. I have the main interest in Technology and games.

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