JPMorgan Chase recently released an analysis report, which mentioned that the Pro version of the iPhone 14 series will use a titanium alloy case and will be exclusively supplied by Hon Hai.
In fact, titanium alloys have also been used in mobile phones before, but they are basically used on luxury models. Rarely seen on regular phones. Titanium alloy is an aviation material with high strength, good corrosion resistance and high heat resistance. If the iPhone 14 Pro uses this material, it is estimated that it can be a reason for the price increase.
The standard version of the iPhone 14 series is expected to still use aluminum alloy material and stainless steel frame. Regarding the model size of the iPhone 14 series, there will be only 6.1 and 6.7 versions, and the mini version will be completely cancelled due to the cold market.
The release time of the iPhone 14 series is, unsurprisingly, September. Prior to this, there were also analysis exposures that predicted the iPhone 14 series, saying that the iPhone 14 series will switch to a 48-megapixel main camera, as well as screen fingerprints, and a punch-hole screen design on the front.
The above information is only an analysis based on the information given by the current supply chain. It should be known that each new generation of Apple will launch multiple design versions, and it is still unknown whether titanium alloy will be used in the end.
Add: Room203, Silicon Valley Building, Yunfeng Road No.3, Longhua District, Shenzhen, China