Normally, Apple updates its iPhone design every two years, but we think since the iPhone 6, it’s no longer as obvious to redraw images as there are a few changes here and there. , but nothing as bad as the iPhone 3G going to the iPhone 4, and the iPhone 4 to the iPhone 5.
However, that changed last year with the iPhone 12 coming out of the upcoming iPhone 11 series, and it looks like we can look forward to another revision in 2022. According to which and the report from Mark Gurman in his near Power In the book which he said for the iPhone 14, is expected to be “completely rebuilt”.
According to Gurman, it looks like we’ve seen a few small changes to the iPhone this year, a sign that Apple has been working on big changes that may take longer to implement.
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about a six-year update like last week, researchers Ming-Chi Kuo said of the iPhone 14 can be removed with a notch to enjoy a pu-punch cutout we’re seeing from other hand-made Androids. Whether these reports seem to be accurate remains to be seen, but if you’re looking for a much better improvement, it might be worth waiting until 2022.