Apple plans to make iPhone 14, which will hit the market next year, be the most resistant with a titanium alloy body, a material that would be present in at least the Pro models and that will be accompanied by more important news than those that it will bring iPhone 13.
In a note shared with investors, which Apple Insider has had access to, JP Morgan has shared Apple’s plans for the 2022 ‘smartphone’, iPhone 14. This smartphone will incorporate a titanium alloy body for the first time.
Titanium has already been used in other products of the technology company, such as the Apple Watch or the Apple Card bank card. In order to take advantage of the strength of titanium, it must be part of an alloy, but it is a material that offers an unattractive aesthetic finish and is prone to showing fingerprints.
Apple is expected to solve these design problems with the new chassis, and to incorporate more prominent developments in iPhone 14 than it will introduce this year in the iPhone 13 family, according to the JP Morgan note. It also agrees with two forecasts from the analyst to Ming-Chi Kuo, who says that next year there will not be a mini model but four iPhone models, two 6.1-inch and two 6.7-inch.