Ahead of the September 7th Apple launch conference, the upcoming iPhone 14 series’ pricing was leaked online. Last month, the American tech giant confirmed that it had fixed September 7 for its new product launch event, which is expected to hold virtually as it was last year and will be streamed live from Apple Park.
However, as we just discovered in a tweet from the popular, reliable leaker, the upcoming iPhone 14 series are expected to price as follows:
iPhone 14 Series Pricing
iPhone 14 – $749
iPhone 14 Plus – $849
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iPhone 14 Pro – $1,049
iPhone 14 Pro Max – $1,149
iPhone 14 Series Specifications
The iPhone 14 series are expected to have four models, two standard and two pro models, with Apple discontinuing its current 5.4-inch “mini” model and replacing it with two new, larger 6.7-inch regular iPhone models. For the first time, Apple will offer a basic iPhone with a 6.7-inch display. Apple’s A15 processor debuted in the iPhone 13 last year and is also anticipated to power the standard models.
Likewise, more substantial modifications are predicted for Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro line. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are two variants that will use Apple’s A16 processor and are anticipated to have a hole-punch, front-facing camera, and pill-shaped cutout for Face ID sensors, ultimately doing away with a dedicated notch years after Android phones first introduced the feature.
While a 48-megapixel wide-angle camera coupled with 12-megapixel ultrawide and telephoto sensors are anticipated for the Pro versions’ improved cameras, however, recently, the well-known analyst Gurman observed that the phones would also offer improvements to video recording and battery life.
Other Apple’s Anticipated Products
Meanwhile, aside from the release of the long-anticipated iPhone 14 series, the American mobile tech is also expected to unveil other products like the Apple Watch, AirPods Pro, iPad, and AR/VR headset. Follow TechGenyz for more updates.