Four new iPhone models are expected to be launched by Apple this September.
Regarding the design, the iPhone 14 models will look like the iPhone 13 models, except for no iPhone 14 mini. Leaks are also pointing at some new colors, such as bronze and purple (which will replace pink.)
Another leak suggests a bit of a price shocker, a $100 variance compared to prior models.
Apple is making two 6.1-inch iPhones (iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro) and two 6.7-inch iPhones (iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max). The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be their higher-end models.
The Rumored Features
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed the iPhone 14, Pro, and Pro Max will offer a 48MP primary camera, compared to 12MP on the current models. Users could be shooting in 8K video quality if this is true. He mentioned this in December 2021 and again, so he seems sure of this.
The phones will possibly feature a triple-lens snapper except for the standard iPhone 14, which has just two rear lenses.
There are rumors of a battery capacity increase, which may cause the phones to be thicker to house their larger batteries. However, given the current state of things (economically and politically), it may be hard for Apple to obtain new batteries from China, which could cause delays in the new iPhone launch.
Each iPhone 14 model is expected to offer a powerful A16 Bionic chipset; however, the Pro models could have 8GB of RAM (up from a maximum of 6GB currently) and up to 2TB of storage (up from a current maximum of 1TB).
There is a rumor that Apple will switch to USB-C, eliminating anything "lightning," but with the consistency and branding that we currently see with the USB-C to Lightning, we feel this will still be the method of charging. This change would include devices like the AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, Magic Mouse, and more. However, two analysts state otherwise, hinting at a complete USB-C charging system. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman have said that Apple is testing a new prototype version of the iPhone that features only a USB-C port instead of the infamous Lightning port.
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