The largest event on Apple’s calendar is its annual iPhone debut, and the iPhone 14 is expected to be released in the fall of 2022.
In this post, we compile the most recent rumours and leaks about Apple’s upcoming flagship iPhone launch, including information on the iPhone 14’s release date, technical specifications, new features, and pricing. According to the most recent reports, all iPhone 14 models will reportedly receive an updated front camera with autofocus and an f/1.9 aperture, while the Pro versions’ contentious hole + pill design is expected to replace the notch and the device may have an always-on display. Pro models’ 48-megapixel rear camera and A16 processor will help them stand out from the competition.
When is the iPhone 14 launching?
Max Weinbach, a tipper, predicts that Apple will introduce the iPhone 14 on September 6. According to Weinbach’s sources, the iPhone 14 will be released on September 16. (the day it would go on sale). For a few reasons, we don’t completely believe this claim, though.
The iPhone 14 series would be introduced on September 13 because Apple often holds its iPhone announcement events on the second Tuesday of September. Several rumours that point to this day have already surfaced. Pre-orders typically start on Friday, which in this case is September 16, and go on sale a week later, on September 23.
The ordinary iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max, the iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are the four iPhone 14 versions we’re anticipating for this year. Based on the last two years’ worth of iPhones, most people will be aware of what to expect from three of those four models, but an iPhone with the prefix “Max” without the word “Pro” hasn’t been seen since the iPhone Xs Max of 2018.
iPhone 14 pricing?
The initial pricing for the iPhone 14 is anticipated to be $799, the same as the iPhone 13’s. In an effort to enhance demand and sales, Apple does not plan to raise the price of the entry-level smartphone. The iPhone 13 launched in the UK for £20 less than the iPhone 12. Fingers crossed the downward trend holds, but if one rumour is to be believed, that’s just wishful thinking.
It comes from iDropNews(opens in new tab), which reports that sources have informed it that Apple is debating raising prices internally. The larger iPhone 14 Max would cost $100 more, at $899 (about £650, AU$1200), than the smaller iPhone 14, which would start at $799 (pricing that has subsequently been reaffirmed on the Korean blog Naver). That would increase the price of the Pro model to $1099, which is $100 higher than the $999 pricing of the iPhone 13 Pro, and it would also increase the price of the iPhone 14 Pro Max by $100.
iPhone 14 storage specifications
According to a recent estimate from the Taiwanese research company TrendForce, the four iPhone 14 variants will all include 6GB of RAM. Additionally, the forthcoming “Pro” models will have RAM that has been improved for better performance and less power usage. LPDDR4X RAM will be used in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, while LPDDR5 RAM will be used in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
It’s not the first time we’ve heard information about the four iPhone 14 versions having enhanced RAM. In the past, Mong-Chi Kuo predicted that the enhanced LPDDR5 RAM in the iPhone 14 Pro variants will be 6GB. In addition, the most recent rumour indicates that the iPhone 14 Pro variants would launch with 256GB of storage rather than 128GB. However, as it is still uncertain at this time and Apple retains the final say, we suggest you wait for any specification that comes along with the launch.