iPhone 14 Pro four colour matching – “local gold” makes a comeback


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Apple is currently working on the iPhone 14 series and the accessory manufacturers (phone cases and films) are in production. This means that the design of the iPhone 14 series is already official in the supply chain. As we already know, Apple will launch four models this time. These smartphones will be the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The iPhone 14 Pro series has been attracting a lot of attention. The first two are likely to continue the iPhone’s usual notch design and maintain a 6.1-inch screen. However, the latter two may use a pill-hole screen solution and may use a 6.7-inch screen. That is to say, it is entirely possible for Apple to “add” some new gameplay to the iPhone 14 Pro Max, at least in terms of size and battery life.

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iPhone 14 Pro local gold is a bit darker

The latest report on the iPhone 14 series reveals the design and four colour options of this device. In addition to the white, black as well as the popular blue colour options, this device will also have a gold version. It is worth noting that the gold effect of the iPhone 14 Pro in the picture is very similar to the “local gold” of the iPhone 5/6 era a few years ago. At the time, Apple calls this colour “champagne gold”.

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However, a careful comparison shows that the iPhone 14 Pro has a darker tone and a copper-yellow effect. This is more in line with the colour scheme of Apple’s Pro models in the past. Compared with the standard version, it will be more low-key and restrained. Do you like the “local gold” colour scheme of the iPhone 14 series? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below

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The release of the Apple iPhone 14 is still at least a few months away, but its reports are already all over the internet. Whether or not the iPhone 14 series will use a stylus remains to be seen. However, considering that all of Samsung’s flagships use this feature, it will not be a bad idea.

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iPhone 14 series may support Apple Pen stylus – Productivity soars

In addition to the colour option of the iPhone 14 series, there are also speculations regarding its productivity tools. The report reveals that the iPhone 14 Pro Max may support the use of the Apple Pencil stylus on the phone. This revelation has also caused a lot of discussion on social media. Some netizens believe that the iPhone 14 Pro Max supports a stylus for light office work, which can improve productivity and strengthen business attributes. However, there are also claims that the smartphone will not use a stylus for productivity purposes.

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It is true that for most consumers, the mobile phone pen is a relatively niche feature. However, given that the size of mobile phones is often more than 6.5 inches, it still has a certain role. The addition of this small prop can also bring some “new ideas” and changes in form.

According to previous reports, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max still use the A15 processor. However, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be equipped with the new A16 processor. Nevertheless, all four models use 6GB of running memory. In terms of imaging, the first two models continue to use a 12MP main camera. Also, the latter two models will come with a 48MP main camera and support 8K video shooting.

It is not difficult to see that the iPhone 14 series is quite restrained in hardware iteration while trying to bring some differences to the new series. The stylus is essentially the same as the 48MP main camera, and its purpose is to allow everyone to iteratively replace it with peace of mind. Compared with those dispensable functional applications, the added value it brings is obviously more important, and this is also the reference for Apple to decide whether to carry it.

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