Apple has a lot of new things planned for 2022, but the folding iPhone is clearly not one of them.
It is no longer a surprise. For several weeks now, and while the iPhone 13 is only a few months old, the Apple iPhone 14 has been causing rumors to panic. Scheduled for September, we already know that the next GAFAM terminals will come in four variants, including a 6.1-inch Pro version, and a 6.7-inch Pro Max, reported analyst Jeff Pu.
According to a research note released by MacRumors, and attributed to Haitong International Securities, we now learn that the two Pro versions of the iPhone 14 could benefit from a triple rear camera module, with a wide angle of 48 Mpx, as well as an ultra wide angle and a telephoto lens of 12 MP. Information that coincides with that provided in April by the analyst of TF International Securities, Ming-Chi Kuo, who also estimated, that the next 48 Mpx sensor of the iPhone 14 Pro would support 8K video.
Still according to Jeff Pu, the iPhone 14 Pro would be equipped with 8 GB of RAM, an evolution compared to the iPhone 13 Pro, which until then had been satisfied with 6 GB. The analyst also claims – and this is more astonishing – that the next flagships of the Apple will offer themselves a refresh rate at 120 Hz, and starting storage at 64 GB.
No folding before 2023
Regarding folding iPhones, another big topic around Apple’s new projects, Jeff Pu’s record seems less optimistic. If, like Samsung and several other Chinese players, the American brand seems to have planned to market its own model of folding phone, this will probably not happen. not before 2023 or 2024, assures the analyst.
IMac Pro next year
Another rumor around the next Apple products, that of the iMac Pro, which according to Appleinsider, would benefit from a current release in 2022. Equipped with a 27-inch mini LED screen and support for 120 Hz, the new iMac could also sport M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. Despite everything, the information around the upcoming release of the iMac Pro still needs to be taken with a grain of salt: the tech industry is currently experiencing a major shortage, which particularly impacts the production of mini LED panels, which could delay plans. of the Apple.