The latest comes from Apple leaker Shadow_Leak, giving us a rundown of the iPhone 14 Pro. So, let’s take a look at the specs.

ZDNET Recommends The 10 best smartphones Whatever your priorities – from 5G to an amazing camera – there’s a phone here to meet your every need. Read now 6.06-inch flexible OLED screen, 120HzI’ve heard rumors that the display will be bigger than this. The size and refresh rate here are the same as the current panel.LTPOThis stands for Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide, and it is a technology that allows AMOLED displays to run at higher refresh rates and still be power efficient.(2532×1170) resolution & 460 PPIIdentical to the current iPhone 13 Pro display,A16 Bionic (4nm TSMC)Pretty obvious it’s going to be a new chip, and this name is quite predictable.6GB LPDDR5 RAMSame as current iPhone 13 Pro lines, although some rumors point to a bump to 8GB.128GB/256GB/512GB/1TB storageNothing new here.48MP (1/1.3-inch sensor)+12MP+12MP rearThis bump in main camera specs would offer improved detail (at least on paper) and also result in larger photos (requiring users to have more storage or pay for iCloud).Pill-shaped notchA smaller notch at the top of the display is something Apple is continually working towards.Titanium alloy frameSo a move away from the existing stainless steel frame.6GB+128GB: $1099That’s a bump of $100, and if true, you could expect this across the board.

What’s interesting here is how similar these specs are to the iPhone 13 line, with a few tweaks here and there. This might be what Apple needs to keep costs down, simplify the supply chain, and justify that $100 price rise by adding a better camera. With the possible exception of the display – I’m leaning towards the idea that it will be a slightly bigger display – this feels credible to me. Trying to release a revolutionary iPhone during a time of tight supply chains and spiraling costs doesn’t make sense. A more evolutionary iPhone 14 makes more sense. Keep in mind that these are rumored specs and that the first official confirmation we’ll get from Apple is when the iPhone 14 is unveiled this fall.