The Apple iPhone 14 Pro is currently a hot topic among tech enthusiasts as new rumors about the new iPhone have flooded the internet as we are just hours away from Apple’s much-anticipated event. The Apple Far Out event on September 7 will start at 10:30 PM IST and at the event, Apple is expected to launch the new iPhone 14 series, which includes the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max (Plus), iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max . So far, we’ve seen numerous reports revealing key details about the Apple iPhone 14 Pro models, and now Bloomberg’s Mark German has shared fresh information about the smartphones. According to Gurman, the Apple iPhone 14 Pro will have a larger battery capacity.

Gurman believes that the Apple iPhone 14 Pro models will have larger batteries compared to their predecessors. In addition, Gurman also claims that with the Apple iPhone 14 Pro, the company will begin phasing out physical SIM card slots. According to Gurman, Apple may ditch the SIM card slot in the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max to use eSIM technology.

The Apple iPhone 14 Pro models will also be the first notch-less iPhones. According to reports, the iPhone 14 Pro will have a new “pill-shaped + perforation” notch on the front that will house a selfie camera, Face ID, privacy indicators and several other sensors. It is also believed that the “Pro” models of the Apple iPhone 14 series will get 48MP rear cameras with a larger lens, 30W fast charging and a new A16 Bionic chip.

Reports suggest that Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Apple iPhone 14 Pro will be more expensive than its predecessor. Although Apple is not known to reveal anything about its upcoming devices, its supplier and advisors often accurately predict what the tech giant is up to.

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