iPhone 14 is coming on September 7

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iPhone 14 is coming on September 7

Apple's iPhone 14 series is likely to be unveiled on September 7. Apple may even start accepting pre-orders from September 9 and delivery from September 16. This information was reported by Bloomberg.

It is known that this season, the tech giant Apple Inc. may launch the latest series of iPhones as well as new Macs, iPads and three models of Apple Watch. The report also revealed that Apple retailers have been told to prepare for a major new product release on September 16.

iPhone unveiling events are usually very grand. However, due to the pandemic, the unveiling ceremony of the iPhone 14 series may be broadcast online. The main event is still about three weeks away, in which case there may be a change in the company's plans. An Apple spokesperson declined to comment. But every year in the first half of September, Apple unveils their new iPhone. Apple's main source of income is the sale of iPhones. More than half of Apple's total sales last year came from the iPhone. Reportedly, smartphone sales have started declining due to inflation and an unstable economy. But Apple is doing quite well compared to its competitors.


What could be new in the iPhone 14 series?


1) After the release of the iPhone 13 series, the hype about the iPhone 14 series started. It is heard that the Apple authorities are going to cancel the 'mini' model in this series. The iPhone 14 Max version goes to return instead.


2) The iPhone 14 series Pro and Pro Max models are rumored to feature the Bionic A16 chipset. The other two models might have the Bionic A15 chipset.


3) iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models may have a 6.1-inch display screen. On the other hand, the iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max phones are likely to have a 6.7-inch screen.


4) All four models of the iPhone 14 series can have 6 GB of RAM. It is also believed to have better battery life than the iPhone 13 series.


5) iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models may have punch-hole cutouts, similar to Android phones. Front camera sensor.


6) iPhone 14 series Pro models will have better quality batteries. It will take 30 minutes to charge from zero to 100 percent.


Source: Nine-to-Five Mac

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