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 iPhone 14 Pro Max Release Date Leaks (Latest Updates)

iPhone 14 Pro Max Release Date Leaks (Latest Updates)

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According to the latest reports, Apple’s next-generation iPhones might bring about some of the most significant improvements in years. There have been numerous rumours indicating that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will include a sleeker new design, a speedier A16 Bionic CPU, a sharper new primary camera, and maybe USB-C.

Additionally, it’s thought that Apple will ditch the iPhone 14 small and replace it with a new 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max. If you want to get ready for the biggest differences ever, check out our iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro comparison page first.

So far, the iPhone 14 has been rumored to be the most anticipated Apple product of 2022, and we’ve put together a list of what we’d like to see in the next generation. If you’re only interested in learning about the new Pro models, head over to our site exclusively for that.

The iPhone 14 is due to launch in 2022

The iPhone 14 hasn’t even been mentioned by Apple, much less its release date. However, given that Apple usually releases new iPhones at the same time every year, the iPhone 14 is very likely to appear in September 2022 at the earliest.

iPhone 14: release date

On September 14th, 2021, the second Tuesday of the month, Apple unveiled the iPhone 13. There is a good chance that Apple will release the iPhone 14 on either September 6th or September 13th, 2022, depending on the year. IDropNews claims that the latter will be the case.

It’s common for Apple events to be held in the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, and they often begin at 10am PST, which is 6pm GMT or 4am AEST in the United States.

In March, Apple had its first event of the year, but there was no mention of the iPhone 14. Instead, the eagerly anticipated iPhone SE 3 and iPad Air 2 were unveiled.
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iPhone 14: price

The price of the iPhone 14 is still a mystery. However, given that the basic iPhone 13 costs £679 / $699 / AUS1199, we’d expect the iPhone 14 to be priced similarly.

iPhone 13 went on sale for £20 cheaper in the UK than the iPhone 12 did when it launched. If one rumour is to be believed, the downward trend may be over, but fingers crossed.

Sources told iDropNews that Apple is considering raising prices internally, according to the report. At $899 (about £650 or AU$1200), the larger iPhone 14 Max will cost an additional $100 over the normal iPhone 14, which will retail for $799 at launch. Priced at $1199 instead of $999, the iPhone 14 Pro Max would be an additional $100 more expensive than the current model’s $1199 price, making it the most expensive iPhone to date.

iPhone 14: design

The design of the iPhone 14 is expected to undergo a substantial revamp. As a result, the design of Apple’s future iPhone could be somewhat different from that of the iPhone 13.

“A deeper look at the iPhone 14” was provided by Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech in September 2021. Reputable snoop Evan Blass has shared numerous renders, one of which shows what appears to be the iPhone 14. A “titanium edge” iPhone would be the most durable yet, according to Prosser.

Mark Gurman, a reporter for Bloomberg, jumped in right away. According to a well-known Apple watcher, the upcoming iPhone 14 will undergo a “major redesign,” and the 5.4-inch iPhone Mini is almost probably gone and buried as well.

Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo appear to be on the same page when it comes to Apple. A new, ‘cheap,’ iPhone Max will replace the retired iPhone Mini in 2022, according to Kuo’s predictions.

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iPhone 14: display

ProMotion 120Hz refresh rate technology is used in the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, allowing for considerably smoother video playback and scrolling.

Why do we bring this up? Because we’re expecting the iPhone 14 to have a display that’s on par with – or better than – the iPhone 13. It is possible that all four iPhone 14 models will include the new ProMotion 120Hz displays.

Unlikely. The Elec states that ‘at least one’ of the four iPhone 14 devices (the basic iPhone 14, we’d suppose) will still have a 60Hz LTPS panel, according to the report. There’s a chance that up to three devices might feature 120Hz LTPO displays like the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, so that’s something to keep an eye on.

Display Supply Chain Consultants’ CEO, Ross Young, has offered the most specific prognosis to this far. A image Young tweeted in September 2021 appeared to reveal the complete iPhone 14 display specifications in their entirety. The gist is as follows:

6.06-inch, 1170 x 2532 OLED screen with 60Hz refresh rate and 460 pixels per inch on the iPhone 14. iPhone 14.

There are 458 pixels per inch on the iPhone 14 Max’s 6.68-inch, 1284 x 2778 OLED screen.

6.06-inch OLED display with 1–120Hz variable refresh rate and 460 pixels per inch on the iPhone 14 Pro.

A 6.68-inch, 1284 x 2778 OLED screen with a refresh rate of 1–120Hz and a pixel density of 458 pixels per inch makes up the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

So far, Young has had a good track record when it comes to leaks about the upcoming iPhone, so it’s possible he’s on the right road here. Because of this, the 120Hz variable refresh displays on both iPhone 14 Pro models will be able to provide consumers with a quicker frame rate when they need it, while still conserving battery life when they don’t.

This claim has been verified by a person going by the handle Shadow leak. According to the rumour mill, both Pro versions will include LTPO display technology, which allows for high refresh rates and resolutions without draining battery life. True or false, that would be a huge advantage to users.

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