Apple may release iPhone 14 sooner as predicted


Apple is preparing for the September iPhone 14 launch event, according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, who made the revelation in his PowerOn email today. Apple has supposedly already begun recording it, so it won’t be a live event. In the first half of the following month, it will be televised.

On either the first or second Tuesday in September, the Cupertino company often introduces new iPhone models. On September 13, according to an earlier report, we would see the phones, which fit well with Labor Day beliefs.

According to lore, Apple dislikes having a three-day weekend come before a launch event, and this year, Labor Day falls on September 5 in the US. This theory could be disproven this year, since a leaker has learned from his sources that the iPhone 14 will be unveiled on September 6 and go on sale on September 16.

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On September 14, Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 series. On September 17, preorders opened, and the devices went on sale ten days later on September 14.

The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max were rumored to have been affected by display and camera lens troubles, and the growing confrontation between Taiwan and China could potentially create a delay, so it is unclear whether the release dates would be staggered, though it shouldn’t be ruled out.

It is very likely that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will include a redesigned front design, an always-on display mode, the new A16 Bionic chip, quicker RAM, and a new primary camera sensor. They may surpass the most advanced phones on the market thanks to these improvements.

In comparison to its 2021 counterparts, the normal versions may offer a better selfie camera and more RAM at the base model level.

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