It is believed that the iPhone 14 series is expected to launch later in the year, perhaps in September, around the time of the month. There is no specific date announced yet, but rumours suggest that it could happen in midway through September. In the past, there was speculation that the 4 iPhone 14 models will be powered by the A16 bionic chipset however a analysis of TrendForce indicates that there is a different scenario.
As per the announcement, both less expensive models will run on the A15 Bionic chip , which also powers the whole iPhone 13 series. The models are both the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max.
According to the report “unlike prior offerings, only the latest processors are employed in the Pro series.” This means that Pro models that comprise both the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will use Apple’s next-generation processor, the A16 Bionic that is expected to be a little more advanced over the previous.
The report states that iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max will be powered by an A15 Bionic chip, which has greater GPU and RAM in comparison with iPhone 13. iPhone 13. The reasoning for this hardware change could be due to industry-wide supply chain problems, which has led to Apple has issues in supplying higher-end models with a newer chip.
iPhone 14 launch details
Apple will unveil four new models in the new flagship series, which will include it’s the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max and the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
According to reports, Apple is ditching the mini model and replacing it with the iPhone 14 Max. According to reports, the mini model had a negative impact on the sales of the iPhone SE model, hence Apple has made the decision to end the mini model once and for all.
In advance of the launch date, a number of renderings from an iPhone 14 series have leaked on the internet. The renders suggest that the iPhone 14 and the 14 Max will come with an oversized notch and a dual rear camera systems.
The Pro models are expected to have a pill-shaped style on the front as well as triple cameras at the rear.