Apple's future iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro smartphones are said to have a secondary slider screen and air charge technology, according to a recent design film released by ConceptsiPhone. The design, which slides out from the top, is targeted towards productivity, with users holding their devices horizontally and using the bottom screen as a keyboard or gaming controls.
It also gives you extra working space because you can simply check on two active programs at the same time. Air charge technology is also proposed in the design, which allows you to charge your phones without the use of cords or charging stations. And, while Apple had previously offered this function, the new concept design has a charging pad with much increased bandwidth, allowing you to charge across greater distances.
The new Face ID and Touch ID security systems, the new A16 Bionic smartphone chip, and a variety of color options – red, orange, white, deep blue, and black – are all hinted to in the iPhone 14's newest enhancements. The 120Hz ProMotion display will also be making a comeback. According to a recent batch of rumors, Apple may finally be switching to a USB Type-C connection for data transfers and charging. This is due in part to a recent European Union legislation requiring all cell phone makers to use a single universal charging system, resulting in less e-waste.
According to some rumors, the iPhone 14 Pro will have 2TB of storage and the ordinary iPhone 14 would have 1TB. The camera design will be improved as well, with the iconic hump being eliminated. Instead, it's likely to have a titanium chassis and a flush glass back. As grandiose as these design renderings appear, Apple has a little likelihood of following through and delivering. Nonetheless, a formal announcement for the iPhone 14 is expected in September 2022.