When it debuts at the reported Apple September Event, which is expected to take place on September 7, Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro is expected to be the phone that might shake up the iPhone lineup by perhaps introducing a significantly different look from the iPhone 13 Pro. There are only a few weeks left before the release of the new iPhone, and up to this point, speculations about the iPhone 14 have suggested anything from the demise of the notch to an always-on display.
With smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and the Google Pixel 7, it appears that Apple will need to be at the top of its game with the iPhone 14 Pro in order to survive the severe competition. Apple certainly appears to be doing just that with a rumored new 48MP main camera and a powerful new A16 Bionic chip that the basic iPhone 14 may not receive. Overall, the changes between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro might be the most we’ve seen between the two lineups all year. Here is everything we currently know and anticipate learning about the iPhone 14 Pro.
iPhone 14 Pro latest rumors (Updated August 26)
Potential colors for the basic iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 variants are supposedly revealed via leaked iPhone 14 covers.
The likelihood of a $100 price increase for the iPhone 14 Pro is increasing.
Apple’s iPhone 14 event is rumored to take place on September 7 by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
Release date rumors for the iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 14 lineup is expected to debut in early September, and Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman(opens in new tab) appears to have the most up-to-date information so far. According to “those acquainted with the situation,” the iPhone 14 event will take place on September 7th. The iPhone 14 Pro should be unveiled at that time, along with new Apple Watch models and Apple’s other iPhone models.
Gurman suggests September 16 as the potential launch date for the phones. That is consistent with previous gaps between iPhone events and product releases, and according to reports, Apple retail personnel have been instructed to get ready for a significant release on that date.
Price rumors for the iPhone 14 Pro
Unfortunately, a recent flurry of rumors and suggestions suggests that the price of the iPhone 14 Pro may increase by $100. Here is everything we currently know and anticipate learning about the iPhone 14 Pro.
Several industry insiders claim that Apple will start the iPhone 14 Pro with 256GB of storage rather than 128GB. According to a report from Haitong International analyst Jeff Pu, Apple will maintain capacity at the same level as the iPhone 13 Pro. This means that the company will continue to provide 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage options
The iPhone 13 small appears to be the most probable phone to be dropped from Apple’s portfolio of smartphones since when a new iPhone is released, it frequently marks the end of the line for existing iPhones. As a result, we investigated which iPhone models might be dropped when the iPhone 14 debuts. Additionally, if you accidentally purchased an iPhone 13 right before the launch of the iPhone 14 range, you still have options.
One thing to keep in mind is that, despite the potentially high price of the iPhone 14 Pro models, there will probably be a way to purchase a larger-screened iPhone without spending a lot of money: the iPhone 14 Max.
While the iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to receive improvements that will garner media attention, we believe it would be incorrect to disregard the iPhone 14 Max. The iPhone 14 Max may end up being the top smartphone come autumn since it offers a larger screen without a hefty price tag, which is exactly what iPhone lovers are looking for.
iPhone 14’s display
A reorganization of the iPhone 14 lineup is anticipated; according to Apple reports, the basic iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will have 6.1-inch displays, while the iPhone 14 Max/Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max may have 6.7-inch displays. So the 5.4-inch mini is obsolete.
According to a Shadow Leaks report, the iPhone 14 will have a 6.08-inch (rounded to 6.1-inch) screen, while the iPhone 14 Max would have a 6.68-inch screen (rounded up to 6.7 inches). The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max also have that. The Pro models, however, may be getting a little bit bigger (to 6.12 inches and 6.69 inches, respectively), maybe due to redesigned bezels.
Given that the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max feature displays with 120Hz refresh rates, it would be amazing to see all iPhone 14 models have screens with similar refresh rates. These screens would probably be made with LTPO panels or the development of those panels that could scale down to 1Hz.
This use of panel technology will likely result in an always-on display for the iPhone 14 Pro. The iPhone 14 Pro will finally get the always-on display that has been widely speculated to be coming to the following generation of iPhones, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. With a low refresh rate to preserve battery life, this display will be used to show “weather, calendars, stocks, activities, and other info” on the lock screen.
If future iPhones could show such content on a display without waking the phone up, they would have an advantage over the best Android phones. If we have learned that the always-on display of the iPhone 14 Pro may simply dim(opens in new tab), the widgets will change to a unique
iPhone 14 pro max display
silhouetted, black and white outline shape. Theoretically, this might grant you complete access to the lock screen, just as if the phone were turned on.
It is predicted that the standard iPhone 14 will continue to use the simple lift-to-wake option even if code in the iOS 16 beta purports to validate an always-on display functionality. Instead, the iPhone 14 Pro’s customizable refresh rate means that it will likely support any always-on display feature.
A series of concept pictures by graphic artist AR7(opens in new tab) illustrate what the iPhone 14 Pro would look like with an always-on display. Their designs, which are based in part on hardware-related rumors for the phone and data from the iOS 16 beta, are, at least in our opinion, quite attractive.
At least one iPhone 14 model will reportedly include an LTPS display, according to a claim made by The Elec(opens in new tab), which raises the possibility that a 60Hz screen will still be in use. Only later did supply chain rumors have provided proof that the ordinary iPhone 14 might not have a fast-refreshing display.
A 90Hz refresh rate display for the standard iPhone 14 models would be a big improvement over a 60Hz panel, even though it isn’t quite the quick 120Hz refresh rate we’d want to see. Another tip backs up this depressing notion regarding the specifications.
iPhone 14 outlook
We still have to deal with speculations and purported leaks, but we now have a very clear notion of what the iPhone 14 range will look like.
Although both the basic and Pro models will be an advance over the previous model, the iPhone 14 Pro is likely to receive all the notable upgrades. But they shouldn’t be ignored either because the standard iPhone 14 models are still quite likely to deliver an excellent iOS experience.iPhones are built to last.
For what it’s worth, we’d suggest holding off on purchasing an iPhone 13 in favor of waiting to see what Apple may announce in September. Apple is extremely likely to release a new generation of the iPhone that will aim to top our list of the best smartphones.
iPhone 14 colors.
One report claims that in addition to the usual Midnight, Starlight, and Product RED color selections, there will also be a new purple option and a lighter sky blue in place of the present blue. However, since that leak was fixed, it is now difficult to judge its dependability. However, this artistic representation of the purple iPhone 14 Pro by Souta (opens in new tab) shows how the hue will seem in reality.
All of the potential colors for the iPhone 14(opens in new tab) and iPhone 14 Pro were disclosed in a more recent leak from an iPhone 14 tipster. According to rumors, the iPhone 14 will be
available in Green, Purple, Blue, Black, White, and Red. While Purple, Green, Silver, and Graphite are the expected colors for the iPhone 14 Pro.
Meanwhile, eight different hues are displayed on leaked iPhone 14 cases. Given that case manufacturers prefer their designs to match phones, even though these leaks don’t include official cases, the colors could offer an extra hint as to the route Apple will go with the iPhone 14.
iPhone 14 Max to replace iPhone 14 mini
The iPhone mini appears to be on its way out as virtually every rumor suggests that a larger, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max/Plus will take its place.
Due to people’s apparent preference for larger-screened phones, Apple’s iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 13 mini were not instant hits
While the iPhone 14 Pro models are about to receive enhancements that will make headlines, we believe it would be incorrect to disregard the iPhone 14 Max. The iPhone 14 Max may be the most exciting Apple phone of the year and the phone to beat come the fall because it offers a larger screen without a hefty price tag, which could be exactly what iPhone lovers are looking for. The two phones’ potential differences are examined in our comparison of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max.
The iPhone 14 Max may make its debut under a new moniker, so be mindful of that. Apple’s 6.7-inch entry-level phone, according to leaker Lanzuk, will be called the iPhone 14 Plus. Not all major changes from the iPhone 14 are anticipated, such as the removal of the iPhone 13 small. See our iPhone 14 vs. iPhone 13 comparison for a complete list of the most significant rumors to date. iPhone 14 cameras
iPhone 14 mini
According to recent speculations, the normal iPhone 14 won’t receive a significant camera improvement; instead, a typical Apple insider claims non-Pro versions will retain their 12MP cameras. However, if this is the case, we may anticipate Apple to have made software improvements to the next-generation iPhone’s photographic capabilities as well as adding more camera-focused features to iOS 16.
All varieties of the iPhone 14 are rumored to receive an enhanced front-facing camera, claims Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo.
But the largest camera improvements are likely to come with the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. A 48-megapixel main camera has been tipped, which may produce photographs with greater resolution and better light management overall. This would indicate that for Apple, megapixels are once again important.