- Apple is likely to launch four models of iPhone 14.
- Apple will not be making an iPhone 14 mini and it will be replacing it with a non-Pro Max model in the iPhone 14 series.
- The iPhone 14 Pro is rumoured to be powered by A16 Bionic chipset with 4GB of RAM.
The anticipated launch of Apple iPhone 14 has already covering the headlines and turning heads of the tech enthusiasts. The launch is expected for September or October and there are several reports and leaks regarding the specifications and details about the new gadgets.
Apple is likely to launch four models of iPhone 14.
Rumoured details of iPhone 14
An account named Cosmic Ultra Machine has posted rough schematics sent to them by accessory makers. Although, the entire design has been revealed but it has been confirmed that it will not be making an iPhone 14 mini and it will be replacing it with a non-Pro Max model in the iPhone 14 series.
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max might have a sizable camera bump. The report also suggested that the camera bulge is increased because of the 48MP camera sensor and it will be replacing 12MP module. However, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will come with smaller camera bumps.
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iPhone series specifications
The iPhone 14 series is expected to range around the iPhone 13 model. Although you might have to pay more for the Pro Max series. The new models will come in its regular colors alongside a new Gold color too. iPhone 14 is expected to be painted in Gold parts.
The specifications and features: The iPhone Pro is powered by A16 Bionic chipset with 4GB of RAM. Apart from this the regular models of the iPhone are expected to be powered with A15 Bionic SoC, also found in the current iPhone series and latest iPhone SE3.
The launch date of iPhone 14 is expected to be in the market by September or October.