Jon Prosser on iPhone 14: No Notch, No Camera Bump, Titanium Design, and More

We are likely only six days away from Apple revealing the iPhone 13 lineup at its September 14 event. However, leaker Jon Prosser shared details about next year’s iPhone 14 on his Front Page Tech site.

The key features of the iPhone 14 are based on Prosser’s renders, which were created Ian Zelbo.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo's information, there is no notch. Instead, use a hole-punch camera front.

The chassis is thicker, allowing for no rear camera bump. The lenses, LED flash and LiDAR scanner sit flush with the rear window.

A titanium frame

These volume buttons are round and look very similar to the ones on older iPhone 4 or iPhone 5 models

Redesigned microphone and speaker grilles with elongated mesh cutouts in place of individual holes at the bottom

At least some iPhone 14 models still have the Lightning connector

Prosser shared a more detailed look at the iPhone 14 renderings via his YouTube channel.


Prosser stated that although some elements of the iPhone 14's design, dimensions and appearance may change between now (and the likely release of the device in September 2022), he is confident that the overall design would remain the same once mass production begins.

Prosser was correct about Apple's new colorful iMac and he also revealed the AirTag design before its release. However, he was wrong about pricing and launch timing for other Apple products.