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iPhone 14 concept: second display, Air Charge tech, looks beautiful

Apple's next-gen iPhone 14 teased in new concept, rocks HipTop-style slide-out second display, new Air Charge technology, more.

Published Nov 14, 2021 11:48 PM CST   |   Updated Wed, Dec 8 2021 6:28 PM CST
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Apple's next-generation iPhone 14 will arrive in 2022 with fresh rumors that it will be a "complete redesign", while a new concept of the iPhone 14 teases an alternate look at what Apple could do.

The new video was posted by ConceptsiPhone, showing a sleek new iPhone 14 with a dual-screen design which is giving me some serious HipTop vibes (man, I loved the HipTop). The second display slides out from beneath the main display, with a new A16 Bionic chip inside, Face ID and Touch ID technologies of course, and a new "Air Charge" technology for wirelessly charging your iPhone 14 from a distance... oh yeah.

I don't think Apple would do this style of radical redesign with a secondary, slide-out display but with their main competitor, Samsung, having multiple generations of awesome foldable smartphones... Apple needs to do something big with the iPhone 14.

iPhone 14 concept: second display, Air Charge tech, looks beautiful 06
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