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Apple iPhone 14 is expected to be released next month: 10 things you should know about it.

by Atharva Gulhane

Some experts believe the Apple iPhone 14 series will cost almost the same as the iPhone 13, while others think it will cost Rs 10,000 more than the model from 2021.

Highlights

  • The Apple iPhone 14 series could launch on September 13.
  • Apple is tipped to introduce a new iPhone 14 Max model and ditch the mini version.
  • The upcoming iPhone models will likely be available for purchase via Flipkart and Amazon.

The Apple iPhone 14 series, is expected to be released in September, which is next month. While the firm has not yet announced the official launch date of the 2022 iPhone 14, it is expected to take place on September 13. This is possible because Apple normally releases new iPhones in the first or second week of September. If the firm intends to unveil the smartphone next month, we should learn more about the launch date in the coming days or weeks. If you’re looking forward to the impending iPhone 14, here are 10 details that leaks have disclosed so far.

Apple iPhone 14

Apple iPhone 14 likely to launch next month: 10 things to know about it

The Apple iPhone 14 may be a small upgrade over last year’s model, with only the Pro models expected to receive significant changes in terms of CPU, camera, and other features. Apple is likely to release four new models: the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max, the iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Apple is expected to release a new iPhone 14 Max variant, replacing the current small model. Earlier this year, it was claimed that the brand’s tiny version received a poor response. The main arguments are, obviously, the small 5.4-inch display and high price.

The standard model is rumored to have a 6.1-inch LTPS OLED display, whilst the Max model could have a gigantic 6.7-inch screen. Both units will offer a refresh rate of 90Hz. The Pro model, on the other hand, is said to feature a 6.7-inch 120Hz LTPO display, with the refresh rate automatically adjusting between 1Hz and 120Hz depending on the content. This also implies that users will get a longer battery life.

The basic and Max models will keep the older notch design found on the iPhone 13 series. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models will certainly have the punch-hole display design seen on most Android phones these days.

According to reports, the Apple iPhone 14 and Apple iPhone 14 Max will not employ the latest Bionic chipsets. They’re claimed to be powered by the A15 Bionic technology, which also powers the iPhone 13 series. However, you need not be concerned because this is a capable chip that will give users powerful performance. The new A16 Bionic SoC is expected to power the Pro versions.

The lower variants in the iPhone 14 series are believed to have a dual rear camera arrangement with bigger sensors than earlier versions.

The camera on the Pro versions will apparently receive a significant improvement. 

They could have a 48-megapixel triple rear camera array, a significant upgrade from the 12-megapixel sensors found on 2021 versions.

It is not known that the new iPhone models will ship with iOS 16, as announced by Apple at the WWDC 2020 event earlier this year.

Because the next iPhone 14 series will have a more powerful and efficient chip, users should expect longer battery life. Furthermore, iHacktu, an unknown leaker, reports that customers will be able to charge the iPhone 14 Pro models from 0% to 100% in roughly 30 minutes.

The new Apple iPhone 14 series will most likely be released in India on the same day as the handsets are released in the rest of the world. It will most likely be available through Flipkart and Amazon, as is customary.

In terms of pricing, some analysts believe the iPhone 14 will cost almost the same as the iPhone 13, while others think it will cost Rs 10,000 more than the one released in 2021. The iPhone 13 is currently available in India for Rs 79,900. As a result, the price could be the same as the iPhone 14 series or significantly higher.

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