iPhone 14: Changes You Won’t See In Apple iPhone 14 Series

By TechTalkCounty

In less than a week, Apple is expected to unveil four new iPhone 14 models, with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max mostly getting some exciting new features.

From satellite connectivity, a new ultra-wide-angle lens with larger pixels, to one wide pill-shaped cutout on the high-end "Pro" models, the iPhone 14 series is packed with features.

There are some features that won't make it to the new iPhones, at least not this year, even if the iPhone 14 series will receive some of the biggest upgrades this year.

Here are some features that the iPhone 14 will most certainly not have this year.

USB-C charging replacing Lightning

Apple Inc. is testing for future iPhone models that replace the current Lightning charging port with the more common USB-C connector, to comply with impending European rules.

120Hz refresh rate on standard iPhone models

The iPhone 13 base models don't have 120Hz refresh rate and only iPhone 13 Pro models have 120 Hz and Apple has no plans to add ProMotion to the iPhone 14 base models as of now.

In-screen fingerprint scanner

The iPhone 14 might not get an under-screen fingerprint scanner alongside FaceID but Apple is working to bring it to next-generation iPhones, according to insiders.

No notch on regular models

Only the high-end iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will receive the pill-and-hole design that houses the selfie camera and Face ID hardware, while the standard iPhone 14 models will retain the notch.