iPhone 14 leaks are starting to snowball near their release edges, and now we have our best look yet at what the entire range will look like.
Longtime Apple leaker Sony Dixon is behind the latest scoop, releasing a practical video with dummy models of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. And it highlights the biggest outward changes coming to the range.
According to an industry report by Trend Force, only the Pro series of iPhone 14 will come with the processor. Last year, Apple launched the iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 with A15 chip with 4GB of RAM and a four-core GPU, while the iPhone 13 Pro model with the A15 chip used 6GB of RAM and a five-core GPU. . This time around, the iPhone 14, as well as the iPhone 14 Max, could use the A15 chip but with more RAM and GPU power.
As per the report, the main reason behind this hardware decision is the lack of an industry-wide supply chain and the iPhone maker will be unable to provide the latest chipsets to its lower-end models. Also Read – iOS 16, tvOS and macOS feature messages reveal ‘social network-like functionality’
Apple revealed the new iPhone lineup during its fall event. This usually happens sometime in September. We estimate that the iPhone 14 lineup will also launch in September 2022. If the company faces shortages or other internal issues, the incidence is less likely to escalate. However, we do not believe that will happen.
Once the phone is announced, pre-orders usually open on the same day for major regions like the US, with shipping starting around 2-3 weeks later. Other areas move on.
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It’s almost impossible to tell what the true price of an Apple product will be before its official disclosure. However, we can take an educated guess based on the pricing of the current lineup. The iPhone 13 Mini starts at $700 while the regular model goes for $800. The regular iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max variants can be priced around the same range respectively.