Once the tests are completed and the high standards set by Apple are met, Foxconn will begin mass production of the new devices.

Apple’s largest supplier, Foxconn , has started trial production of the iPhone 14 Pro , suggesting that the Cupertino-based company chose the design of the device.

According to the report, Foxconn will produce the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max , or the high-end models, while Luxshare , another Apple supplier, will produce the iPhone 14 and the unreleased iPhone 14 Max , the models of low end. The report notes that Foxconn will begin OEM trial production of the iPhone 14 Pro to ensure it can produce the device to Apple standards in anticipation of mass production.

After starting the test production, the company will have to collect data, correct anomalies, evaluate the production process and the elements that need to be improved and evaluate if the test production is acceptable.

The iPhone 14‌ and iPhone 14 Pro are expected to feature a significant redesign, with design choices reminiscent of the iPhone 4 and iPhone‌ 5. The renders of the iPhone 14 Pro Max shared by leaker Jon Prosser suggest the device it will have a slightly thicker body and will have no rear camera bump . In addition, the volume buttons will be circular and the speaker grille will have a new design .

One of the biggest changes in terms of design will be the removal of the notch in favor of a small pill-shaped cutout , which will house the front camera and the TrueDepth camera system for the Face ID.

The ‌iPhone 14‌ range is expected to include four variants,  two 6.1-inch and two 6.7-inch models . This means that we will not have any “mini” models. In addition to an updated design, the iPhone 14 is expected to include a number of photographic-related updates, such as a 48MP wide-angle camera , 8K video recording , and an improved ultra-wide-angle lens .

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