Following the announcement and preorder kickoff for the iPhone 13, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared insight into the company's next iPhone model, the iPhone 14, in an investors note reported on by 9to5Mac on Monday.
Kuo expects the iPhone 14 will feature a punch-hole display and a 48MP wide rear camera for the Pro and Pro Max models, according to the report. The iPhone 14 will also reportedly be available in two screen sizes, 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches.
Kuo previously said the iPhone 14 could support under-display Touch ID, but the analyst has since reportedly said Apple will delay the feature until the second half of 2023 due to "lower than expected development progress." A foldable iPhone has also been delayed until 2024, Kuo reportedly said in the note.
Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 lineup at its September event last week. The new iPhone debuted alongside the Apple Watch 7, iPad Mini 6 and updated entry-level iPad.
Apple didn't respond to CNET's request for comment.