The iPhone 14 will be launched in 2022, almost definitely in September, as a follow-up to the stellar iPhone 13 series. While it’s still a long way off, leakers have already begun divulging potential specifications, and there are even unofficial replicas of the phone on the internet.
Surprising as it may sound, we have a fair idea of the iPhone 14 range’s shape, though there are still plenty of opportunities for things to change.
Nevertheless, current speculations indicate an entirely new design for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, as well as a brand-new model named the iPhone 14 Max with considerable camera upgrades.
Here’s everything we’ve learned so far, including information on a possible release date and pricing. Leaks are already pouring in at an alarming rate, so keep an eye on this space.
iPhone 14: what you should know
iPhone 14 launch date: Apple iPhone 14 launch date in Pakistan is not confirmed yet, Apple typically always releases new iPhone models in September.
iPhone 14 price: Pricing is unknown; however, the iPhone 13 started at $799, and prices for the next generations may be similar.
Design: The iPhone 14 will most likely resemble the iPhone 13, with the exception that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max may include a punch-hole camera rather than a notch. Instead of an iPhone 14 small, an iPhone 14 Max with a larger screen may be launched.
Display: The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro could feature 1170 x 2532 OLED panels with a 6.1-inch resolution, while the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max could have 1284 x 2778 OLED screens with a 6.7-inch resolution. The Pro models will have a 120Hz refresh rate, while the others will have a 60Hz refresh rate.
Camera: The main cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max could be 48 megapixels. Other details are indefinite, though a triple-lens camera is likely on all iPhone 14 models excluding the base model, which will have two rear lenses.
Specs: Every iPhone 14 model is likely to have a strong A16 Bionic chipset, but the Pro models could additionally have 8GB of RAM and up to 2TB of storage.
Battery: Though much is not known about the battery at the moment, there are rumors that its capacity may expand as phones become thicker to accommodate larger batteries.
There’s no word on when the iPhone 14 will be launched, but we can make an educated prediction based on Apple’s history of releasing new models around the same time each year, generally at a special event.
On September 14, 2021, Apple announced the iPhone 13, which was launched on September 24. While the iPhone 14 is unlikely to be released on those dates in 2022, the company typically announces new models on the first or second Tuesday in September, which would be September 6 or September 13.
Then, on that week’s Friday, September 9 or 16, they usually go up for pre-order, and ship the next Friday, September 16 or 23.
Occasionally, Apple will introduce the phones on the first or second Wednesday of the month, but it appears extremely likely that it will happen around those dates. The iPhone 12 series was an exception, arriving in October 2020, although that was due to Covid-19-related delays and supply concerns.
So far, there appear to be no delays this year, with trial production having started (as of late February) and keeping on schedule.