Apple is likely to release a new iPhone — presumably labeled the iPhone 14 — to supersede the iPhone 13 next year, as is customary.
This one had an early start in the rumor mill, with the first bits of information arriving soon before even the iPhone 13 debuted. However, because it is so far in the future, the tidbits we have heard are sure to evolve and shift over the next year. Smartphones take a long time to manufacture and market — or even global factors like the current pandemic and chip scarcity may compel a change in plans before launch.
When Will iPhone 14 be Release?
The next iPhone, like all previous Apple iPhones, is scheduled to be released in or around September 2022. We don’t know if Apple will host a virtual event like the previous two years or hold its first in-person debut in years for the time being.
How Much Would iPhone 14 Cost?
It’s unclear whether Apple will preserve the same pricing structure as the current iPhone range or if it would lower the ordinary iPhone size down a rung to accommodate the anticipated iPhone 14, Max. In any case, Apple is likely to begin selling the iPhone at roughly $699, with costs rising to the mid $1,000s depending on the configuration.
Since the iPhone 5S, Apple has always released various iPhone models, and the iPhone 14 is likely to be no exception. Unlike the iPhone 13 and iPhone 12, the 14 is expected to drop the 5.4-inch iPhone 14 Mini variant, according to various experts.
iPhone 14 Expected Features
The iPhone 14 will sport a 6.06-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1170 x 2532 pixels, a 60Hz screen refresh rate, and 460 pixels per inch, according to another expert, Ross Young. The iPhone 14 Pro, on the other hand, will offer a 120Hz variable refresh rate and identical screen characteristics. He also stated that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a 6.68-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1284 x 2778 pixels, a 120Hz screen refresh rate, and a pixel density of 458 pixels per inch. The iPhone 14 Max will feature the same screen specifications as the iPhone 14 but with a 60Hz refresh rate.
In addition, the A16 chipset is expected to be used in all four iPhone models. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are expected to include a 48MP primary camera, which is an upgrade over the iPhone 13 models’ 12MP sensors.
According to a new leak, the forthcoming iPhone 14 may include a Type-C connector. The information was obtained from “idropnews” via leaker “LeaksApplePro.” According to the rumor, this function will be available exclusively on Pro models. iPhones have long been rumored to make this transition. However, there have been rumors of an entirely portless design. As a result, it is unclear whether the functionality will be included in the iPhone 14 series.
How Would New iPhone 14 Look Like?
In Jon Prosser’s film, the iPhone 14 was seen with a design akin to the iPhone 4. The device’s sides are flat, with rounded volume and mute keys. The sides are expected to be composed of titanium, while the back will be finished in glass. The back panel should be perfectly flat, with no camera bump. Apple will make the iPhone 14 thicker to compensate for the camera. In terms of display, Apple is likely to keep to existing screen sizes, with the exception of the 5.4-inch iPhone mini, which is expected to be phased out. As a result, we may anticipate two 6.1-inch iPhone 14 models and two 6.7-inch variants.
Apple iPhone 14 | Rumors or Truth?
- On the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, Apple debuted a 120Hz high refresh rate. While a high refresh rate display would be ideal.
- The iPhone 14 is believed to include an A16 chip, which would be an improvement over the A15 chip seen in the iPhone 13.
- Apple added a 5G connection to its iPhone 12 series and, predictably, said it was in the iPhone 13. There’s no reason to assume we won’t get 5G-capable iPhone 14s as well. According to a July article from Nikkei Asian Review, Apple will “go all-in on 5G” in 2022.
MagSafe, like 5G, was added to the iPhone with the 2020 iPhone 12 series. One of our favorite iPhone 12 features was the snap-on magnetic accessories, which included wallets, power packs, and chargers. The iPhone 13 is also MagSafe compatible, and we anticipate that Apple’s next generation of phones will be as well.
Prosser’s render colors were not based on any genuine information from his sources, with the exception of a pale gold hue, which he claimed to have seen proof of. However, it is still early days, and Apple has most likely not finalized its color palette for the iPhone 14.