Leaked CAD drawings of Apple iPhone 14 Pro reveal narrower bezels

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Not quite sure if the Apple iPhone 14 will finally move away from notch, but the recent rumours and leaks are definitely persuasive. Until now, new CAD (computer-aided design) drawings of the iPhone 14 Pro have shown up with a cutout that we've seen from earlier reports, alongside narrower bezels compared with its predecessors.

The narrow bezels might be something caused by eliminating the notch. Since there's no notch connecting to the bezel on top, Apple could make the bezels all around the screen smaller. However, we hope that this is real as it should offer users a better viewing experience on the devices.

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Furthermore, the iPhone 14 series will bring two sizes, with one having a 6.1-inch display and another being 6.7-inch. This time, all the models might get autofocusing front-facing cameras for the first time in the history of iPhone, but the company would still skip Touch ID and periscope camera. Not only that, but it's also possible for the non-Pro variants to still get the notch instead of the new cutout.

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