Apple’s yearly fall event, during which it often releases a new iPhone, is almost approaching. Recent sources suggest that the release date could be as early as September 7, which would mean that the iPhone 14 (also known as the codename) might be accessible in less than a month.
A16 Bionic, a new processor that Apple will keep releasing, will only be available for the 14 Pro series.
Here are the key distinctions between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 in a nutshell.
- Identical style and processor
- The RAM of the iPhone 14 is faster and more.
- The wide-angle and front cameras have been upgraded.
- The screen might be brighter.
- Possibly a bigger battery
Bye-Bye Notch in iPhone 14
For the front-facing camera and Face ID, display specialist Ross Young expects that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will have two cutouts: a hole and a pill-shaped cutout.
Revamped Selfie Camera
That might not be the case this year. The iPhone 14’s front-facing camera may change visually if the notch is eliminated thanks to the insertion of cutouts, but there is also conjecture that the camera system may experience a big functional improvement.
In a tweet from April, Kuo said that the entire 14 lineup would have a bigger aperture (f/1.9), which should improve the camera’s ability to capture nighttime images. This could be the biggest front-facing camera upgrade for the iPhone since 2019.
Expected Price Tag of iPhone 14
Between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 lines, Apple made no pricing changes, but Wedbush analyst Dan Ives anticipates a $100 price rise for 14 models. The iPhone 13 Pro currently has a $999 starting price, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a $1,099 starting price.
Recently, Kuo predicted that the average selling price of the iPhone 14 series would increase.
According to reports, the new model will be offered in green, purple, blue, black, white, and red colour schemes. While this is going on, the Pro version might come in purple, green, silver, and graphite.
In this area, we do not anticipate any big changes. The 14 Pro series will reportedly launch with 256GB of storage, which may lessen the impact of a price rise. Others, however, have shot down this notion by asserting that all smartphones will start at 128GB.
If nothing changes, you’ll be able to choose between storage options of 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB for all 14 devices, with 1TB being an option for Pro versions.