According to an analyst, the iPhone 14 specs and designs have been finalized and are being tested. Currently, Apple is reportedly testing out the new iPhone 14.
This is according to Jeff Pu of Haitong International Securities, who in a briefing note (spotted by 9to5Mac) wrote that Apple is currently conducting engineering validation tests for the iPhone 14. The EVTs run on an engineering prototype implies that the iPhone 14’s final specifications and design have now been finalized.
The recent lockdown in Shenzhen, ordered after rising COVID-19 cases, hasn’t slowed Apple’s testing progress, Pu added. The last time we heard about this process was in February when Apple allegedly produced its first iPhone 14 test units.
Here are the biggest rumoured changes for the iPhone 14 that these tests may now be testing. With the standard iPhone 14, we could see a new 6.7-inch Max variant that replaces the current 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini, as well as a chip identical to the current A15 chip, but with possibly more RAM.