Apple is ready to take things to the next level and its looking like Fall is the season for new beginnings with a date of September 7 for the high tech company. However it won’t be too much change to the upgrade 14. It will still be very similar to iPhone 13, actually, which was also released last year in September.
Even though, the iPhone 14 specs won’t be full revealed until the Apple event, which is tipped for September. Nonetheless, ‘word on the street’ gives a pretty clear synopsis of what to expect.
Firstly, the tech giant will allegedly discontinue the iPhone mini; in favor of a new iPhone 14 Max (or iPhone 14 Plus) with a 6.7-inch display. Thus, Apple consumers can now have a big screen without paying a Pro premium.
Secondly, speaking of the iPhone 14 Pro, there are so many upgrades tipped for this lineup that the company may raise the price by $100 for both the iPhone 14; and iPhone 14 Pro Max. We’re talking about a new 48MP main camera, always-on display and faster A16 Bionic chip along with 256GB of storage.
Moreover, the iPhone 12 and 13 mini reportedly sold so poorly that Apple has pulled the plug on an iPhone 14 mini, meaning that the 6.1-inches will be as small as it gets this time around. You should be able to buy an iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro in that size. Ultimately, Apple seems to be simplifying the lineup: now you don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars to get a large panel. The flipside, unfortunately, is that those who favor the best small phones will have to settle for last year’s iPhone 13 mini instead.