Since the introduction of the popular iPhone 13 series in September 2021, the American smartphone giant Apple is gearing up to unveil a new line-up, the iPhone 14 series, probably in the last quarter of the year, as speculations reveal in October 2022.
Ahead of the official launch of the upcoming iPhone 14 series, the smartphone has received several speculations ranging from its design to features and system software.
Recently, reports reveal that the mobile giant has fixed September 12 for Apple’s autumn conference, expected to feature the official launch of the upcoming iPhone 14 series. However, as we just discovered now, an official Apple advertising video has been leaked online ahead of the autumn conference.
The conference is projected to be the most exciting one by featuring the most concerned product the new generation of flagship mobile phones.
However, given the leaked video, it has been excavated that the long-rumored iPhone 14 Pro is expected to cancel the Liu Haiping design, which will be Apple’s biggest upgrade in five years.
Recall that in our recent reports, earlier this month we disclosed that a reliable, popular Apple official leaker exposed the design of the iPhone 14 Pro in advance and confirmed the design of the front hole-punch screen.
According to reports, Apple Thailand officials recently produced an Apple Pay promo on YouTube, demonstrating the effect of the iPhone 14 Pro’s pill punch screen. It’s worth noting that this video on YouTube is set to unlist publicly. For the time being, it can be accessed using the link, but it may be removed soon.
Given the latest information, the American mobile giant is expected to release four new iPhone models this year: the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The newly added iPhone 14 Max will be a cheaper large-screen version, and is anticipated to come with an A15 chip, greater battery life than the iPhone 14 Pro Max, and may become the true fragrance version of this generation. Stay connected with TechGenyz for more latest updates on the upcoming Apple smartphones.