Standard iPhone 14 Set To Dissapoint As Apple Focuses On The Pro Max Series

The iPhone 14 is expected to arrive in September. There has already been a plethora of speculation and hype about the changes to the new series. Many of us are waiting to discover what the global technology giant will have in store for us, but conspiracy theorists and leaks have had it that we should expect a relatively minor update from its previous incarnation. This article will summarize the rumors and leaks surrounding Apple’s upcoming model.

What’s new? What’s not?
iPhone 14 vs. iPhone 13?
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Design and display

According to the leaks, there will be no major changes in terms of design, as the iPhone 14 will look and feel exactly like the current iPhone 13 model, which has a 6.1-inch OLED screen featuring the same familiar notch and flat side design, in addition to the dual camera system on the back. The latest model is said to have a glass back and up to 14 different color options.

software and performance.

The model’s biggest disappointment is Apple’s use of the same A15 Bionic chip on the iPhone 14 as it did on the iPhone 13, but pro versions will have a performance and speed boost as they will run on Apple’s new processor, the A16 Bionic chip. Rumour has it that RAM will be ramped up from 4GB to 6GB.


As previously stated, there will be no major changes to the device’s design, and it will have two cameras on the back, one main (12 MP) and one ultra-wide one, with a dedicated zoom lens reserved for the Pro-Max range. A zoom lens is useful when you need to capture images at 10x, 20x, or 30x zoom. There is exciting news for selfie enthusiasts, as various intriguing rumors suggest that all iPhone models will receive a new front-facing camera that will be nearly as good as the rear main camera.


The price of the iPhone 14 range is another interesting aspect, as the new models are expected to be hiked. Rumours suggest the standard iPhone 14 will stick at $799, the price of the standard iPhone 13, and the Max model is tipped to cost $899, but the Pro Max will have the biggest price hike, expected to hit $1099, up from the $999 of the iPhone 13 Pro Max.


If you plan on upgrading to the next generation of iPhones, it may be best to stick to the Pro Max and Max versions, as the iPhone 14 standard may be boring, especially in contrast to the Pro and Max versions, which are rumored to have substantial improvements such as a larger screen (6.7 inch iPhone 14 Pro Max) and a new and more powerful processor. When the iPhone 14 is released, the price of the prevailing iPhone 13 is expected to be reduced by as much as $100, so if you are not purchasing the brand-new Pro Max and Max models, it would be wiser to just get the early model because it has better value rather than buying a new one, as the modifications in the benchmark iPhone 14 are rather slim.