Apple iPhone 14 launch in September– Apple is expected to introduce four new iPhones on September 6 – the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max, the iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. During the Apple event in September, the brand will also unveil the Apple Watch Series 8 and the 10th Gen iPad.
In India, and around the world, the iPhone 14 series will go on sale after 10 days of its official launch, according to Max Winebach, a popular tipster. According to BGR India, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said Apple was preparing a prerecorded video for the iPhone 14 and Watch Series 8.
Apple has announced pricing for the iPhone 14 Pro (up from $999) and iPhone 14 Pro Max (up from $1,199). Apple’s decision to differentiate Pro from non-Pro iPhones, coupled with rising component costs, will result in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max costing $1099 and $1199, respectively.
It’s also expected that the brand will replace the iPhone 13 mini with the iPhone 13 Max, which could result in a $300 price increase. A new design over the Pro model, a better camera, and several other improvements will be part of the upcoming iPhone 14 series, according to the report. As a result of the new internals, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are said to have a taller profile and a better camera module.
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Apple’s iPhone 14 will feature a new front camera with better capabilities and image quality, according to MacRumors. While the rear camera usually gets all the attention, the front camera will be enhanced. In comparison to the current iPhone 13, the iPhone 14’s selfie camera will have a wider aperture of 1.9 and autofocus capabilities, as well as autofocus capabilities.
With a wider aperture and autofocus, more light can pass through the lens, improving low-light photography and overall quality. As a result, portrait photos would be more crisp and sharp, with a sharper bokeh and more detail, according to the report.