Apple iPhone 14 launch date leaked, From price to specifications – All you need to know

Apple iPhone 14 launch date leaked– It is possible that the US-based tech giant Apple will release its most anticipated next-generation iPhones on September 6: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, as well as the Apple Watch Series 8 and the 10th Generation iPad. India and across the globe will be able to buy the iPhone 14 series starting 16 September, a day after the official launch.

Max Winebach believes that the iPhone 14 event is set for Tuesday, September 6. As a result, the iPhone 14 is scheduled to go on sale Friday, September 16. As reported by BGR India, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has claimed Apple is planning to release a pre-recorded video at Apple’s iPhone 14 and Watch Series 8 launch event. 

Apple iPhone 14 launch price (expected) 

In the report, the price for the iPhone 14 Pro is said to be $1,099 (up from $999) and the price for the iPhone 14 Pro Max is said to be $1,199. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will increase to $1099 and $1199 based on rising component costs and Apple’s determination to differentiate between pro and non-pro iPhones. 

The report further speculates that Apple could increase the price of the iPhone 13 mini by about $300 if it replaces it with a Max model. A new design will be introduced on the upcoming iPhone 14 series, as well as an improved camera. Besides a taller profile and a better camera module, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max also feature new internals. 

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Apple’s new iPhone 14 will feature a significantly improved front camera, while the rear camera usually gets all the love and attention. Compared to the current iPhone 13, the new selfie camera on the iPhone 14 series is said to have a wider aperture and autofocus capabilities.

By combining a wider aperture with autofocus, the lens would be able to pass more light through so that the image would be more detailed and better in low light. It would also improve bokeh and detail with portrait photographs by allowing for faster autofocus, according to the report.

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