We are still about three months away from the typical iPhone launch event timeline. Apple is known for hosting its iPhone launch events in September. The rumour mill claimed that the iPhone 14 Apple event will be hosted on September 13.
Apple has not confirmed any details about the iPhone 14 launch event. And since we are still a few months away from the launch, it is best to take the leaked date with a pinch of salt.
Apple will delay mass production of one of its new iPhone 14 models, according to a new report.
The latest news arrives from DSCC’s Ross Young who shared the details on Twitter. Looking at his tweet, the iPhone 14 Pro will apparently sport a 6.12 inch display, which is a bit larger than the 6.06 inch screen on the last gen iPhone 13 Pro. Similarly, the top end iPhone 14 Pro Max may feature a 6.69 inch panel, which is also ever so slightly larger than the 6.68 inch screen of the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
According to Ross Young, the reason for the display sizes becoming slightly bigger is due to the change in the notch design on the front. For those unaware, the Cupertino based giant is expected to finally get rid of the large notch on the front with a pill shaped cutout for the camera and Face ID sensors. So, the modest bump in screen size is likely due to the narrower bezels and the new punch hole design.
iPhone 14 series will come with auto-focus support. This will result in sharper pictures and videos compared to previous/current iPhones that come with fixed-focus.
Considering all the changes coming to the front camera, we can expect some significant quality improvements with the iPhone 14 series that’s rumored to debut in September 2022.