Published on: 19.11.2022 | updated on: 02.02.2024
With flagship features, world-class software standards, and optimum customer interests, Apple is doing it again - Presenting you the iPhone 14 series, expected to come out this September!
But what will these new series contain? This article, provided by Simply Fixable, will cover all the information you need about the new iPhone 14 series, so buckle up and keep scrolling.
Four models are anticipated to be part of the new iPhone 14 series:
According to reports, the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be the top-tier models and receive most of the enhancements.
The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, according to reports, will have 6.1-inch displays, while the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have larger 6.7-inch displays.
However, there appears to be more of a distinction between the Pro and non-Pro variants. As per reports, the A15 bionic technology, which powers the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Max, is predicted to remain in the upcoming iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max.
On the other hand, the next-generation, enhanced A16 Bionic chipset is rumored to be coming to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Furthermore, the Pro models might receive a redesign by getting rid of the outdated, unsightly notch. Unfortunately, this cannot be stated in the base models.
Size is the most fundamental and apparent design element, and most experts feel that Apple is poised to make a significant (or relatively tiny) announcement in that area.
All indications point to Apple discontinuing the 5.4-inch iPhone mini range; Ming-Chi Kuo, for instance, anticipated that the mini would be phased out in favor of the Max in 2022.
This implies that we will still receive four models, but they will be divided into two medium-sized and two big-sized models rather than one small, two medium, and one giant.
Apple experiments with many innovations, but whether or not they end up in the iPhone depends on a complex web of factors, including technical viability, pricing, and the supply of parts from manufacturers.
The iPhone 14 may offer the following improvements and spec enhancements, as per the strongest current indications by experts.
Except in 2020, Apple always releases their new iPhones in September every year. While the iPhone 14 Pro started test production on schedule, the non-Pro models appear to have been slightly delayed.
There will likely be similar delays this year, but we'd be astonished if Apple couldn't resolve these problems in time for the autumn. Apple is anticipated to announce the precise iPhone 14 release date in late August or early September.
The introduction of the iPhone 14 is expected to take place on September 13, according to Forbes.
The normal iPhone 14 model will likely cost approximately $800-$900, while the iPhone 14 Pro price will likely be between $1,000- $1,100, or perhaps more if you want more storage.
Here are the starting costs for the iPhone 13 line as of right now. Keep in mind that these will become less expensive if the 14-series phones become available or stop being sold altogether.
However, you can anticipate that the pricing scheme for the iPhone 14 versions will differ slightly from the current selection.
This is since a 6.7-inch Max size, which Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted might cost under $900, is expected to be available instead of a 5.4-inch tiny version.
So there you have it—your guide to all the rumors surrounding the much-awaited iPhone 14. But remember, even though most of these speculations seem destined for the iPhone 14, it's never easy to predict what Apple will do next.
Since anything could happen over the several months it will take to receive the new device, take this info with a pinch of salt.
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