Apple reportedly begins iPhone 14 Pro’s trial production

Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro has reportedly entered trial production. This means the company may have already finalised the design of the iPhone 14 Pro and its the start of the mass production. we can also expect the device to rollout later this year.

However, Apple has not made any announcement regarding the iPhone 14 series’s launch date, design or production as of yet.

But, noted tipster Jon Prosser has revealed some of the possible key specifications of the iPhone 14 Pro. As per the tipster, the upcoming iPhone 14 lineup would have a slim camera bump at the back. The camera bump in the back, seen in the existing iPhone models, will be much less, in fact the tipster has suggested that it will reportedly be merged with the rear panel.

This would help balance out the phone’s rear panel, that means the users don’t need to worry about their iPhone unbalancing when they place it face up on a table.

Another highlight of the upcoming iPhone 14 line up, is its selfie camera, which is tipped to be housed inside a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout instead of the traditional notch that was seen in the iPhone models.

According to a video by YouTube user thehacker34, the iPhone 14 Pro models will carry two punch-hole cutouts on the display. Inside the cutout, the iPhone will hold a TrueDepth camera system for Face ID, while the other will carry the selfie camera.

Earlier, a new report suggested that the iPhone 14 Pro will come with a 8GB RAM, which is the highest memory ever offered in an iPhone. The iPhone 14 Pro is also expected to come witha 48MP main camera.

iPhone 14 Pro models enter trial production

A report by the Taiwan Economic Times, as first spotted by Macrumors, revealed that Foxconn, which is Apple’s largest supplier, has started the trial production of the iPhone 14 Pro. The company will reportedly only be involved with the production of the high-end models of he iPhone 14 series this time, the report also added. This means that it will only produce the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. As for the lower-end models, they will be produced by Luxshare, another Apple supplier.

The report mentions that the foundries will now “collect data, correct abnormalities, evaluate the production process and the items that need to be improved, and assess whether the trial production is acceptable.”

Also Read: Apple iPhone 14 Pro expected to come with 8GB RAM


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