The iPhone 14 is coming, and you better start saving for Apple’s 2022 lineup

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each year An apple launches a new range of iPhones that appeal to both average users and enthusiasts. And this year will be no different. Once again, Apple will hold a high-profile event in September where it will unveil a new iPhone – this time in the form of the iPhone 14. While some aspects of the new iPhone 14 series will remain under wraps until it’s finally released, several leaks have given us a taste of what’s to come. Keep reading to get a peek at what we know so far about this latest iPhone 14 series and its exciting features.


A number of leaks suggest that Apple will once again debut four new iPhone models for 2022 like last year’s lineup, with the exception of the 5.4-inch “mini” model, which will be replaced by a 6.7-inch “Max” model. That means you can expect to see two new “Pro” iPhone models — with display sizes of 6.7 inches and 6.1 inches — alongside the standard iPhone 14 (6.1) and iPhone 14 Max (6.7) models.

What does the iPhone 14 look like?

For the most part, the iPhone 14 will look a lot like its processor. However, expect the top ‘Pro’ models to feature a perforated, pill-shaped design for their front-facing camera, while the regular iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will still retain the existing Face ID notch. It appears that Apple may be looking at a smaller punch-hole camera as a design difference between the more expensive iPhone 14 Pro range and the standard iPhone 14 models.

The difference between iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will be huge. (Image credit: Jon Prosser/Front Page Tech)

How many cameras does the iPhone 14 have?

Apple appears to be sticking with the same camera stack in the iPhone 14 series as last year’s iPhone 13. This means the cheaper iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will still have two rear cameras, while the Pro models will have three cameras and a LiDAR sensor. However, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims that only the Pro models will get a 48-megapixel camera, while the regular iPhone models will have a 12-megapixel primary sensor. Apple usually reserves major camera hardware upgrades for its Pro models and will continue with the iPhone 14 series. Speaking of the front-facing camera, all iPhone 14 models will get a massive selfie camera.

What are the iPhone 14 specs?

For the first time, only the Pro models will get Apple’s new A16 chip, while the regular variants will have either the A15 (the same chip that powers the iPhone 13) or some variant of it. Even with the A15 chip, the iPhone 14 will still be powerful. We believe the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will have 64GB, 128GB and 256GB storage options. Pro models will start with 128GB of storage, with 256GB and 512GB storage options. All iPhone 14 models are likely to get a significant battery boost as well.

How much does the iPhone 14 cost?

Due to rise inflation and increased production costs, there have been many rumors of iPhone 14 price hikes. In fact, Apple, despite being a cash-rich company, is reportedly under pressure to pass on the added cost to consumers. We estimate that the iPhone 1 will start at $899 (or approximately Rs 71,776) and the iPhone 14 Max will cost $999 (or approximately Rs 79,665). The base model iPhone 14 Pro will cost $1,099 (or approximately Rs 87,640) and the iPhone 14 Pro Max may have a starting price of $1,199 (or approximately Rs 95,706). Note that these prices do not include local taxes, so the retail price of the iPhone 14 series could be much higher.

The iPhone 14 Pro will reportedly get a 48MP rear camera. (Image credit: Anuj Bhatia/Indian Express)

What won’t come?

The iPhone 14 series will undoubtedly be faster and better than previous versions of the iPhone. But not every rumored feature will arrive with the iPhone 14 and thus be reserved for a 2023 model. For example, we don’t expect the iPhone 14 to get an in-display fingerprint reader or a USB-C port instead of Lightning gate.

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