Apple has scheduled the rumoured iPhone 14 launch for September 7. The “Far Out” event will begin at 1 PM PST at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus and will be webcast online via Apple Events. Other than that, nothing is known.
The statement at least puts some rumours in the Apple business to rest, but it’s still unclear what we may expect on September 7. By the way, it’s interesting to notice that the newest iPhone will be available for purchase on September’s first Wednesday, which is a little odd. Apple announces its new products on Tuesdays, usually in the second week of the month, with the exception of the iPhone. But September officially starts. As it’s late in the week and Labor Day is the next weekend in the United States, Monday is virtually ruled out as a travel day for the numerous specialists and reporters (including us!) who will be in attendance.
When he takes the stage that Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook won’t be holding anything. Cook will first go through Apple’s current circumstances and how the business has overcome the challenges posed by the epidemic and the supply limitations that have resulted. He will celebrate new store openings throughout the world and, we imagine, praise Apple’s “excellent workforce” in an effort to urge everyone to come back to Apple Park and other Apple offices at least three days a week.
Cook argued that the purpose of the move was to highlight the quality of the company’s services and to remind investors that Apple’s success is dependent on more than just its still-promising iPhone line.
The iPhone 14 will finally start to be revealed by Cook, and it might come in up to four different models:
- 14th iPhone
- 2014 iPhone Pro
- Max iPhone 14
- Max iPhone 14 Pro
Most rumours claim that the iPhone 13 tiny will be the final model in a line of little iPhones.
The newest phone on the market, the iPhone 14 Max, will be the same size as the Pro Max and have the same features and price as the iPhone 14. Additionally, the Max and Pro lines will be divided, with the former preserving the design and while the latter is anticipated to do away with the full-scale notch, the former will retain the look and feel of the iPhone 13’s last iteration.
The expected iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 models’ fundamental layout and screen technology are likely to stay substantially the same, but the cameras may see a significant upgrade. The majority of rumours suggest that the Pro line will include 48MP cameras. This is a notable upgrade over the 12MP cameras on the 13 models and will once more make the iPhone 14 and 14 Max stand out from the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. It’s crucial to remember that most users will probably opt to shoot in “pixel binning” mode, which will combine four pixels at a time into a single image superior 12MP image