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Couldn’t hold your excitement for iPhone 14 launch? If yes, then this news will take your excitement a notch higher. Cupertino based tech giant is planning to unveil the upcoming iPhone 14 sooner this year, A new leak by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman suggests that iPhone 14 will arrive earlier than last year. Keeping in view the past year trends, we were hoping that the iPhone 14 will make a late-September appearance, just like the iPhone 13 did. However, a new report surfaced on the internet says that the new Apple iPhone 14 will show up just after the U.S. Labor Day holiday at a September 7th event and the sale will begin after a week from the following Friday, on September 16th. This means we’re just a few weeks away from the iPhone 14 launch. Isn’t it great news for iPhone fans?
Well! This is not the only reason for excitement. Another big reason for why we are eagerly waiting for iPhone 14 is its major upgrades from design to performance and features as well as new software updates. Apple is expected to go large by bringing a new large-screen phone i.e, iPhone 14 Max (expectedly) and not a successor to the Apple iPhone 13 mini. Rumors suggest Apple will ditch the mini model from this year.
iPhone 14 Pro models to get A16 chipset
Apart from this, there will also be “Pro” class upgrades to processor, camera, and other features on Apple iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. The Pro models are speculated to get an upgraded A16 chipset along with a better camera i.e, 48MP, no-notch display and much more.
Meanwhile, a recent leak by infamous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the new lineup is expected to be pricier than the previous line up. He tweeted that the average selling price of the whole iPhone 14 range could increase by about 15% than that of the iPhone 13 due to two iPhone 14 Pro’s price hikes & higher shipment proportion.
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