New Delhi: A 3D model of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max has been shared online by a CAD designer. The design of the upcoming phones will be influenced from every angle by these CAD models, which are meant to be scaled to real-world dimensions. These CAD models are also available from Madmix on the CGTrader website. The iPhone 14 series, which is expected to go into commercial production in August 2022, has reportedly started trial production. On September 13 of this year, Apple is anticipated to unveil its new line of smartphones.
Online 3D models of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have been made available by CAD designer Madmix. It is thought that these CAD models are life-size. On CGTrader, Madmix is now offering them for $48.30. (roughly Rs. 3,900). The prototypes give away the general look of the iPhone 14 series.
According to sources, Apple has started producing prototypes of the iPhone 14 series. Apple intends to start mass producing the iPhone 14 variants this year by August, according to rumours. Economists expect that the client base of the IT giant will be relatively unaffected by inflation in basic commodities because Apple caters to high-end and wealthy customers. According to the study, iPhone sales held steady in July despite a decline in overall smartphone demand. Customers who are waiting for newer models to be launched are to blame for the sluggish sales of Apple iPhone models.
According to a study conducted by TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 14 will sell more units in China than its predecessor because some Chinese distributors, retailers, and scalpers are making the largest prepayment deposits yet for the device.
This year’s September 13 release date for the iPhone 14 series is anticipated. It is anticipated that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro would sport 6.1-inch displays. The larger 6.7-inch display on the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Max Pro is expected. The larger camera module for the Pro versions will allow for the upgraded 48-megapixel sensor.