A fresh source suggests that Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro could bring back the battery level indication as it gets ready to reveal its next-generation iPhones.
In the meantime, expert Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly claimed that the iPhone 14 range Pro models would come with a redesigned ultra-wide camera with a larger sensor for improved low light performance.
He also hinted that the long-rumoured Satcom function, which is expected to be employed in crises for messaging or voice operations, would be included in the iPhone 14.
According to reports the status bar on the iPhone 14 Pro will allegedly undergo modifications as a result of the elevated portion of available space at the top of the screen, the relocation of the cellular signal marker to the left, and the reinstatement of the fully charged notification centre on the Lock Screen.
The iPhone 14 Pro’s always-on display will be immediately responsive to iOS 16’s Lock Screen, which will also integrate alerts and display background colours and texture effects.
This year’s firm major product introduction is scheduled for September 7.
According to reports, there will be four models of the upcoming iPhone 14: a 6.1-inch iPhone 14, a new 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and a 6.7 iPhone 14 Pro Max. The next-generation iPhone 14 will be manufactured in India about two months after it is manufactured in China.