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Date, cost, specifications, and latest rumors about the iPhone 14.

 Date, cost, specifications, and latest rumors about the iPhone 14.

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Given that September 7 is the date of Apple's main event, it is likely that the iPhone 14 will debut on that day. While we await action on our Apple event rumors live blog, we already know what to expect due to the constant stream of iPhone 14 rumors.

The regular iPhone 14 should resemble the iPhone 13 to some extent, while we expect some improved features and specifications compared to the current variants. In addition to the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max (or iPhone 14 Plus) will likely be released with many of the same specifications.

The iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to feature a more comprehensive redesign, eventually ditching the display's iconic notch in favor of a new cut-out design. The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max are also expected to feature an upgraded 48MP main camera, a new A16 Bionic CPU, and possibly an always-on display.

Latest iPhone 14 speculation (updated September 6)

We've produced an iPhone 14 vs. iPhone 15 showdown to guide you through the rumors for both phones if you're not sure whether to upgrade in the coming weeks or wait another year.

We've outlined what we currently know about the notch on the iPhone 14 — including some important tweaks for the Pro variants.

Since the iPhone 14 Pro could also benefit from an always-on display, the battery increase seems to be a constant.

The functions of the iPhone 14 Pro's always-on display have now been revealed in detail.

Are you debating whether to update to the new iPhone? You can use our iPhone 14 upgrade guide to help you.

Estimated price and release date for iPhone 14

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You can stop guessing when the iPhone 14 will be officially unveiled. On September 7, Apple will hold an event themed "Far Out". We've speculated about what that might entail for the iPhone 14.

The devices are expected to go on sale on September 16th according to Bloomberg (opens in a new tab), which correctly predicted the September 7th product event in advance. Pre-orders for the iPhone are expected to open on September 9, just a few days after the Apple event.

The iPhone 14 Pro versions are expected to increase in price by about $100, but in exchange, they may offer 256GB of raw storage instead of 128GB (this rumor has been challenged by a more recent analyst report). As a result, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max may be priced at $1,099 and $1,199, respectively.

Does Apple have a valid reason for this $100 price increase on the iPhone 14 Pro models? We considered what Apple might do to make the iPhone 14 Pro a fair value for the extra cost.

According to a claim made on Twitter by leaked Dohyun Kim, the price of the regular iPhone 14 will remain at $799, while the larger iPhone 14 Max is believed to cost $899. According to leaker yeux1122, some models may see a price drop, which will be a very pleasant surprise.

Older iPhone models often come to an end when a new model is released, and the iPhone 13 mini seems like the most likely candidate. As a result, we looked at the iPhone models that might be dropped when the iPhone 14 debuts.

Specifications for the alleged iPhone 14

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iPhone 14 design


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We've been hearing evidence of a design change for select iPhone 14 models since last year, just ahead of the iPhone 13's launch, courtesy of leaker Jon Prosser.

The regular iPhone 14 should resemble its predecessor in terms of appearance; However, the iPhone 14 Pro versions are expected to have a somewhat different look due to the new iPhone 14.

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It is expected that the screen notch will be removed from the Pro versions in favor of two pieces, one for the front camera and the other for the Face ID sensors. But all of this can turn out to be wrong — sort of.

A tipster claims that the area between the two camera modules will have LED lights to let you know when the camera or microphone is on. In a new round of alleged leaks, the iPhone 14 Pro is now slated to get a bezel-shaped display.

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The asymmetry of the cutouts never felt like an aesthetic Apple would go for, so not only would this look much better than dual cutouts, but it would also make more sense from a design standpoint. And in our opinion, the rumored new replacement is great news.

Check out our overview of what to expect from the iPhone 14 for a more comprehensive explanation of the notch design changes. Basically, the base model won't see much change, but the Pro phones will see a big difference. According to a recent patent application from Apple, the iPhone 14 Pro could feature a display without a notch.

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Indeed, this means that none of the iPhone 14 versions are expected to enable Touch ID. It wouldn't hurt as much as we expected because with iOS 15.4, Apple has improved Face ID's ability to recognize a real person even when they're wearing a mask. Apple may have avoided the necessity of fingerprint-focused biometrics because it works so well.

According to certain charts, the elevated camera array in the iPhone 14 Pro variants will be much larger. This is because a larger module is required to accommodate a 48MP camera, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims. It doesn't look like the base iPhone 14 will feature a flush camera array based on the renders we've seen with the back panel.

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A more recent tip appears to show alleged leaked images of the iPhone 14 Pro, which may verify several design rumors that were circulating previously. Additionally, we take a look at possible color schemes for the upcoming iPhones.
The regular iPhone 14 is expected to follow the iPhone 14 Max, while the Pro versions seem to offer the most interesting design. In order to give users a larger iPhone without making them spend a lot of money on the iPhone 14 Pro Max, this model is expected to have a larger 6.7-inch screen.

However, not everyone is convinced this is a smart idea; In fact, one of the authors of Tom's guide hopes that Apple will keep the iPhone small rather than replace it with the iPhone 14 Max. Despite the hype, one editor advises against buying the iPhone 14 Max in favor of one of the Pro models.
One of the persistent rumors is that the iPhone 14 will support USB-C connectivity. With the USB-C iPhone not arriving until late 2023, most likely with the iPhone 15, it now appears that the iPhone 14 series will continue to use the Lightning connector.

The SIM tray is another element that can be completely removed from the iPhone 14. It looks like Apple will offer incentives for people to stop using their SIM cards and switch to using their iPhones with an eSIM. On some versions of the iPhone 14, the SIM trays should still be there, but Apple seems to be aiming to get rid of them entirely with the iPhone 15.

iPhone 14 colors 


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According to one source, the color options will remain Midnight, Starlight, and Product RED with the current blue color being replaced by a lighter sky blue.

According to a Chinese leaker, this year's new color option for the iPhone 14 Pro will be dark purple in addition to the standard graphite, silver, and gold Pro iPhone colors.

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We recently got a second glimpse of purple and a new blue color that's noticeably darker than the previous blue hues used on previous iPhones thanks to a leak that purports to show real-life images of the iPhone 14 Pro, or at least a dummy unit.

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Meanwhile, eight different colors are shown on the leaked iPhone 14 cases. Given that case manufacturers prefer their designs to match the phones, although these leaks do not include official cases, the colors could provide an additional hint of the path that Apple will take with the iPhone 14.

iPhone 14 screen


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A change is expected in the iPhone 14 lineup; According to reports, the base iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will have 6.1-inch screens, while the iPhone 14 Max / Plus will have a 6.7-inch screen along with the iPhone 14 Pro Max. This spells the end for the 5.4-inch iPhone mini.

According to the Shadow Leaks report, the iPhone 14 will have a 6.08-inch screen (rounding up to 6.1 inches), while the iPhone 14 Max will have a 6.68-inch screen (rounding up to 6.7 inches). This is the same iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max. However, the Pro models may be slightly larger (to 6.12 inches and 6.69 inches, respectively), possibly due to the new bezels.

Given that the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max feature displays at 120Hz refresh rates, it would be surprising to see all iPhone 14 models have displays with similar refresh rates. These displays are likely to be made from LTPO boards or development boards that can be downscaled to 1Hz.

The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to have an always-on display thanks to this use of panel technology. According to the tech gurus, the iPhone 14 Pro will finally get the always-on display which has long been rumored to be a feature for the next generation of iPhones. It will reportedly be used to show "weather, calendars, stocks, activities and other data" on the lock screen, with a low refresh rate that helps conserve battery life.

Next-gen iPhones have an advantage over the greatest Android phones if they can display such content on the screen without waking up the phone. Knowing that the iPhone 14 Pro's always-on display might simply be dim (opens in a new tab), the widgets will change to a unique black and white striped look. In theory, this could give you full access to the lock screen, just as if the phone was on.

While the code in the iOS 16 beta appears to confirm the always-on display functionality, it is expected that the regular iPhone 14 will continue to use the lift to wake direct option. Instead, the iPhone 14 Pro is likely to support any always-on feature thanks to its adjustable refresh rate.

A series of concept images by graphic artist AR7 (opens in a new tab) showing what the iPhone 14 Pro with always-on display would look like. Their designs, based in part on rumors about the phone and data from the iOS 16 beta, are very attractive, at least in our opinion.

A last-minute leak shows how the Phone 14 Pro's always-on display could work. Notifications seem to trickle down from the bottom and stay on the new screen for about 10 seconds, and the majority of the lock screen stuff seems to go to the always-on screen.

Reportedly, users' always-on screen and standard lock screen should have the same look and feel, while other aspects will be programmable. MacRumors(Opens in a new tab) has provided graphic images that depict what the Always On Display will look like.

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At least one iPhone 14 model will reportedly include a LTPS display, according to a report from The Elec (Opens in a new tab). This indicates that a 60Hz panel may still be used. The assumption that the regular iPhone 14 may not have a fast refresh screen has only been confirmed by subsequent supply chain reports.

While it's not the fast 120Hz refresh rate we'd like to see, the 90Hz refresh rate display of the regular iPhone 14 models would be a significant increase over a 60Hz panel. This sad spec rumor is backed up by another piece of advice.

iPhone 14 cameras


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According to recent speculations, the regular iPhone 14 will not receive a major camera improvement; Instead, a typical Apple insider claims that the non-Pro versions will retain their 12MP cameras. However, if that's the case, we might expect Apple to make software improvements to the next-generation iPhone's photography capabilities as well as add more camera-centric features to iOS 16.

It is rumored that all variants of the iPhone 14 will receive an improved front camera, says Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo.

But the biggest camera improvements are likely to come with the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. A 48MP main camera is likely in the pipeline to capture images with greater clarity and better light management. This may indicate that megapixels are again important to Apple.

With an upgraded sensor said to measure 1.4 micrometers, the iPhone 14 Pro's ultrawide camera is also expected to receive an upgrade over the iPhone 13 Pro's 1.0 micrometer pixels. Since larger pixels are better at capturing light, the sensor performs better in low-light conditions. Additionally, since Apple's September 7 launch event is themed "Far Out" and appears to have a space theme, the company is likely highlighting the excellent astrophotography and night photography capabilities of the new ultrawide camera.

Despite this, the latest leak indicates that the iPhone 14 Pro may experience unexpected camera degradation, at least under certain lighting conditions. According to @LeaksApplePro (opens in a new tab), who claims to have spoken to a source who tried out the iPhone 14 Pro, there's "a fair amount of noise" in low light. But we take this with a huge grain of salt because we don't see Apple updating the camera nor making it better in every way.

iPhone 14 chipset and battery life


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The iPhone 14 is rumored to retain the A15 Bionic chip, but the iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to receive a new A16 chip (something the iPhone 15 series may also do).

If you're curious as to how much extra power the A16 might offer, several leaked benchmarks may be able to provide some insight. However, we stress that the inclusion of the A15 Bionic in the iPhone 14 will not be terrible due to its strength, and that you should not discount the regular iPhone 14 models just because they may not have a silicon upgrade. 

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According to current speculation, all four iPhone 14 models will have 6GB of RAM, which is an increase from the 4GB in the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini. On the other hand, the Pro versions are said to have faster and more efficient LPDDR5 RAM, while the base models use LPDDR4X RAM like the current iPhone 13 range.

We expect Apple to maintain the storage options it's offering now for the iPhone 13 lineup, which start at 128GB and go up to 1TB for the Pro models.

The iPhone 14 may only come in an eSIM version, according to GlobalDate analyst Emma Mohr-McClune. The change will increase the iPhone's appeal among consumers who need dual SIM functionality, such as business users and international tourists.

Mark Gurman has confirmed the promises of extended battery life for the iPhone 14 Pro versions. Standard iPhone 14 models may have longer battery life with increased software and operational efficiency, but Gurman did not mention the improved battery capabilities of those models, despite claims that the iPhone 14 family's battery capacity will increase apart from the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

While the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will continue to use 20W charging, both iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to receive a 30W charging upgrade.

We've been thinking about how long we can expect the upcoming iPhones to last given all this talk about battery life and charging. Even if it only applies to the iPhone 14 Pro models, we hope we can not only expect longer battery life but also significantly faster charging.

After Apple's acquisition of Intel's modem division, upcoming iPhone models are expected to come with a 5G modem made by Apple. Apple will likely have more control over the effects on 5G performance and battery life thanks to this. For now, we're looking at Qualcomm's X65 modem as the iPhone 14's way to connect to 5G and LTE networks; But, that likely won't happen until next year's iPhone 15.

While we're talking about connectivity, an old rumor about the iPhone 13 has come back to life, claiming that the device will be able to connect to satellite networks, allowing users to send text messages to emergency services when cellular networks are unavailable. The iPhone 13 didn't have that functionality, but according to Tipsters, iPhone 14 models may now include satellite communication as Apple improves emergency features on its phones. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple only needs to conclude agreements with the satellite provider in order to implement this function, as the iPhone 14 devices have already been completed.

For more information, see the full iPhone 14 specs preview, which includes information on all four versions.

iPhone 14 Max to replace the iPhone 14 mini


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The iPhone mini seems to be on its way out as almost every rumor suggests that the larger 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max/Plus will take its place.

With people's clear preference for phones with larger screens, Apple's iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 13 mini weren't an immediate hit.

However, we have a list of the best competitors for the iPhone 14 mini if ​​you are looking for a smaller phone, with the iPhone SE 2022 taking the lead.

While the iPhone 14 Pro models are about to receive improvements that will make headlines, we think it would be a mistake to ignore the iPhone 14 Max. The iPhone 14 Max may be Apple's most exciting phone of the year, and the phone that will be beaten comes fall because it offers a larger screen without the exorbitant price tag, which may be exactly what iPhone fans are looking for.

Display analyst Ross Young confirms that the iPhone 14 Max will be the phone made by Apple with the lowest number of figures, according to a display of shipping data. This suggests that Cupertino may decide to test the market to determine whether or not a non-professional iPhone with a huge screen is actually what customers desire.

Potential differences between the two phones are examined in our comparison between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max.

The iPhone 14 Max may debut under a new moniker, so be aware of that. According to what was mentioned by the leaker Lansock, the 6.7-inch Apple phone will be known as the iPhone 14 Plus. This claim appears to be backed up by the packaging for the iPhone case. Not all major changes from the iPhone 14 are expected, such as the removal of the small iPhone 13. Watch our iPhone 14 vs iPhone 13 comparison for a full list of the top rumors so far.

The upcoming iPhone 14 

Ahead of Apple's event on September 7, we're still dealing with rumors and alleged leaks, but we already have a very good idea of ​​what to expect from the iPhone 14 lineup.

iPhone 14 Pro is likely to receive all of the noticeable improvements; See our early iPhone 14 Pro Max vs. iPhone 13 Pro Max comparison for more information.
 Both the Regular and Pro models will improve on what came before.

However, since the regular iPhone 14 models are still very likely to provide a great iOS experience, they shouldn't be left out either. iPhones are built to last.

For what it's worth, we'd suggest holding off on buying the iPhone 13 in favor of waiting to see what Apple might announce the following week. It is very likely that Apple will launch a new generation of iPhone that aims to top our list of the best smartphones.
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