Washington :\u00a0Apple's 2022 iPhone series could debut with an under-display\u00a0fingerprint sensor\u00a0and a wide-camera upgrade to 48MP. The lineup, expected to be the\u00a0iPhone 14 series, is likely to include the regular iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. According to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo,\u00a0Apple\u00a0will sell an iPhone with a\u00a06.7-inch screen\u00a0for less than USD 900 in 2022, reported The Verge. Also Read\u2018iPhone 13\u2019 likely to release in late 2021: Report If this turns out to be the case, iPhone 14 buyers will have a less expensive way to get a screen size that\u00a0Apple\u00a0currently only sells on the 12 Pro Max, which starts at USD 1,099. Kuo also predicted that\u00a0Apple's 2022 non-pro iPhone lineup includes phones with 6.1 and\u00a06.7-inch screens (the same sizes as the current iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max, respectively). Absent is the iPhone Mini with its 5.4-inch screen. Analysts, including Kuo, have said that the Mini will be going away in 2022 due to reportedly low sales.