‘iPhone 14’ name surfaces on alleged packaging, 6GB RAM in all models, white boxes for pro devices


The “iPhone 14” name for the forthcoming 2022 iPhone series of the corporation appears to be confirmed by a picture purportedly depicting a sticker tab to seal an Apple product box. ShrimpApplePro tweeted about the image and included a link to a post on the Chinese social media site Weibo.

Although the image’s veracity cannot be verified, it is not unusual for pictures of iPhone packaging to surface in the weeks leading up to Apple’s yearly event in September. Similar events occurred a few weeks prior to the release of the iPhone 13 last year and the iPhone 12 in 2020.

The majority of trustworthy sources, including those we trust here at MacRumors, have referred to the 2022 iPhone models as the ” iPhone 14″ series. However, Apple never confirms its naming policy before the device is formally unveiled, which is anticipated to happen this year on September 7 at its “Far Out” event.

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The Weibo tweet also asserts that the Pro versions will ship in a white box and that all iPhone 14 series models will feature 6GB of RAM, as analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and other sources have previously predicted.

Given that all rumors indicate different pill shapes and hole cutouts for the front-facing camera components on the iPhone 14 Pro variants, this claim should be treated with a huge grain of salt. The iPhone image in the backdrop is also, purportedly, the display design.

Future iPhone models from Apple will focus on larger iPhone sizes, so this year we should see the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. As a result, Apple will be doing something it has never done before: offering non-Pro and Pro versions of both phone sizes. Because the iPhone 13 small was not well-liked by consumers, it is commonly assumed that Apple will drop the 5.4-inch iPhone mini from the iPhone 14 lineup.

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