Surprise! The next-generation iPhone will use titanium alloy: Apple is preparing

According to the latest news from Digitimes, although the iPhone 13 has not yet been released, Apple has begun to prepare the next generation of iPhone, and this model will be released in 2022, one of the highlights is that the body material is titanium alloy.

However, some people in the industry said that Apple’s consistent approach is that radical upgrades will first test on the iPad, and then move to the iPhone without any problems, so this rule will not be changed easily.


Previously, the report forecast by JPMorgan Chase showed that Apple will launch the iPhone 14 in the second half of 2022, and the specification changes will be greater than that of the iPhone 13. High-end models are expected to be made of titanium alloys, exclusively supplied by Hon Hai.

In addition, other models will use aluminum alloy and stainless steel frames. The stainless steel frames are supplied by Hon Hai and Jabli. Lens and Luxshare are also applying for certification. The aluminum alloy frames are supplied by Lens and Jabli.


Previous news shows that this year’s iPhone 13 has a much smaller notch compared to the previous generation models. If the technology can continue to improve, then the iPhone 14 can really be expected to have no notch, and will it be an under-screen camera or the fingerprint under the screen?