This is it, Apple enthusiasts. The American technology giant has scheduled a launch event for 10 a.m. on September 7 (1 a.m. on September 8 in the Philippines), and you know what that means: There’s a new iPhone on the way.
(Update, September 8: The iPhone 14 series has been launched!)
The Apple iPhone 14 lineup is expected to comprise four models. There won’t be any mini, most leaks say, but there should be a 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max — all supposedly $100 (around P5,617) more expensive than the iPhone 13 models.
The stars of the show are the Pro versions, with the two apparently getting the major upgrades. Word has it that Apple has equipped them with a 48-megapixel main rear camera, an always-on display option, a faster chip in the A16, better battery life, video-recording improvements, and a punch-hole-and-pill-shaped front camera.
All four iPhones’ front-facing shooter is reportedly autofocus-enabled.
Now, what could the Apple iPhone 14 launch teaser mean? Should we expect an astrophotography feature this time around? Or could it mean the long-rumored emergency satellite communications that was supposed to debut on the iPhone 13 and which would have given it the ability to make calls and send texts in areas beyond our cellular provider’s reach?
September 7 is just right around the corner, so the wait for answers shouldn’t be that long. You might even get to buy the iPhone 14 model of your choice as early as September 16 if you’re based in one of Apple’s first-tier markets.
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