The base iPhone 14 model looks very likely to match the iPhone 13, but the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max may get a punch-hole camera instead of a notch. It’s looking almost certain that the iPhone 14 mini has been replaced in the line-up by the iPhone 14 Plus.
The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are set for 6.1-inch (or 6.06-inch) 1170 x 2532 OLED screens, while the iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have 6.7-inch (or 6.68-inch) 1284 x 2778 OLED screens. Expect a cut-out instead of a notch, plus 120Hz refresh rates on the Pro models and a 60Hz refresh rate (as well as a similar Notch to the iPhone 13) on the others.
Always-on display functionality has also been mentioned, based on the iOS 16 beta. It’s unclear if this addition will serve as a Pro model exclusive feature.
The iPhone 14 (and 14 Plus) looks set to sport the A15 chipset again this year, but could have it rebadged to the A16 with a very mild upgrade. All phones will have 6GB of RAM, according to the rumours, but the Pro range will have faster and more advanced memory.