iPhone 14 isn’t due out until September, but the excitement is already starting to build. Apple hasn’t officially confirmed the existence of its next smartphone but the internet is awash with iPhone 14 rumours and talk of a “complete redesign”.
Top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reckons the iPhone 14 line-up will feature four devices including two upgraded ‘Pro’ models. So, although nothing’s official, there are plenty of credible predictions to consider.
We’re big fans of the iPhone 13, so we’re expecting great things from the iPhone 14. Especially given that the budget iPhone SE (2022) is on par with the iPhone 13 in terms of performance.
iPhone 14 rumours at a glance
It’s important to note that none of this is confirmed or set in stone; everything here is based on leaks and rumors. The iPhone 14 series will have four smartphones, according to the leaks: the iPhone 14, iPhone Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The A16 Bionic will power the Pro variants, while the A15 Bionic will power the regular iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max models.
According to a 91Mobiles rumor, the iPhone 14 might be priced the same as the iPhone 13, while the ‘Max’ variants could be $100 more expensive. It’s not like A15 Bionic is sluggish or obsolete. The conventional models, however, may appear to be a touch weak in comparison to the A16 Bionic SoCs.
Nonetheless, the iPhone 14 series is rumored to have a slew of new features. First and foremost, we may finally see Apple abandon the notch in favor of the punch-hole cutout mechanism that other Android manufacturers have been using for quite some time. Furthermore, all iPhone 14 versions may be able to handle a 120Hz refresh rate.
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