iPhone 14 may have a variation that changes color

Many leaks and rumors have revealed the technical data we can expect to see in next-generation Apple smartphones.

One of the latest data is that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro may be available in a purple color version that changes hue depending on the lighting conditions in which it is located.

Two iPhone 14 models may have a color change option

Several months after its first release, Apple released the green version of the iPhone 13

While Apple’s next-generation smartphone isn’t expected to arrive until September of this year, there are many rumors circulating in the online world about the technical data and other details that come with the iPhone 14.

One of the latest rumors referred to the color options that will make the model available. Apparently, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max come in black, white, blue, and red, while the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max come in graphite, gold, silver, and purple.

But according to the same data, the purple version of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro has unexpected detail. Thanks to the unique integrated finish, the model changes shades depending on the lighting conditions in which it is located. A detail that will surely be emphasized in the official presentation if the information is confirmed.

As for the technical specifications, according to the data published so far, Apple should differentiate Pro models from non-Pro models from the outset using an integrated processor. Apparently, both the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to arrive with a brand new patented A16 Pro processor.

On the other hand, it is expected that both Pro models will also be upgraded to a rear camera configuration with a 48-megapixel primary sensor that supports 8K video recording.

Learn more about Apple’s mysterious 35-watt dual charger

35 watt Apple charger
Image that appeared on Apple’s support page Credit @ ChargerLab

Recently, its new 35-watt dual charger appeared briefly on Apple’s website. Although the company was very quick to correct the unintentional disclosure, it did not go unnoticed and now there are several rumors about the charger in the online world.

Up to five different versions of the apparently mysterious charger could be made and then made available in different markets.

Also note that new devices may arrive equipped with innovative GaN (gallium nitride) technology, although its short network presence did not reveal its features.

Keep in mind that this technology generates less heat when charging equipment, which significantly reduces the risk of overheating, which can damage equipment.

The introduction of this technology is not surprising, as Apple already uses it in the 16-inch MacBook Pro charger, which was actually the first charger to feature this innovative technology.

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