NEWS: The latest concept map of the iPhone 14 series

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The latest concept map of the iPhone 14 series is released: 4 new models, bright pink version



According to previous news, major changes will be brought to the iPhone 14 series product planning, and 4 models will be launched.



According to sources, the base iPhone 14 may be priced at $799 (about 5,092 yuan), the iPhone 14 Max is priced at $899, and the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are expected to be priced at $1,099 and $1,199, respectively.



Recently, some overseas bloggers brought the latest concept images of the series, showing the appearance of 4 new models.

Among them, the iPhone 14 series includes two models, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, with sizes of 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches respectively, which are still the solution of small bangs + diagonal dual camera.



The high-end series is the same as the previous generation, including the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, which are also 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches in size.

At the same time, the two models of the Pro version have made the biggest change that Apple has made on the screen in the past five years. For the first time, the notch screen has been cancelled, and a hole-digging screen solution shaped like an "exclamation mark" will be adopted, in which the Face ID component and the front camera will be placed. The screen ratio is higher.



It is also worth noting that the rendering also shows the pink color scheme of the iPhone 14 Pro series, which is similar to the pink color of the iPhone 13 as a whole.

 

 

EU pushes for USB-C to be standard for all smartphone chargers, including Apple iPhone



On April 21, according to Apple Insider, EU officials voted to support a long-planned proposal that would require Apple and all tech companies to adopt USB-C as a universal charger and add new requirements for the wireless charging standard.



For more than a decade, the European Union has been urging manufacturers to use the same chargers for their smartphones and other devices. The EU's plan to formally introduce the new legislation was approved in January 2022, but needs further support.



The MEP (Members of the European Parliament) of the Committee for Internal Market and Consumer Protection now voted 43 to 2 in favour of these proposals, with significant improvements.



The newly revised proposal includes a call for "interoperability of wireless charging technology by 2026," according to an EU press release.



It's unclear what the proposals specifically address wireless charging. The Qi standard has effectively been generalized and supported in a wide range of products.



Apple has previously opposed the EU's plan to require universal chargers.



A new vote approved these amendments to the existing proposal, and the entire package must now go to a plenary vote in the European Parliament in May 2022. The Internal Market and Consumer Protection Commission has since said it will be "ready to start negotiations with the EU on the final form of government-to-legislation."



No legislation will be finalized until the instruments are finalized and legal challenges are completed. Implementation could take years. The European Union has implemented micro USB as a standard after the introduction of USB-C to the market.

 

 

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