The rumoured iPhone 14, as well as the reported iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, are anticipated to appear on September 7 at Apple’s “Far Out” launch event.
The business allegedly plans to abandon the “small” form factor in favour of a larger “Max” variant. The price of the iPhone 14 series is expected to be greater than that of their predecessors, which were released last year.
Along with the iPhone 14 lineup, Apple is rumoured to be developing three new Apple Watch Series 8 models.
In place of the display notch, which contains the camera and sensors for Face ID, Apple is rumoured to introduce the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14, Pro Max, next week.
Even while the company did lessen the size of the notch with the iPhone 13 series, this would be the first significant alteration Apple has made to the notch since the iPhone X in 2017.
A 48-megapixel primary camera is anticipated for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max this year.
As Jamshed notes, Android makers have long employed pixel binning, which combines a group of four or more pixels to increase overall picture quality while also promoting a greater number.
It is unknown if Apple will make the higher resolution mode the default setting or if consumers will be given the option to select it.
The iPhone 14 series will support 8K video recording? Previous rumours have hinted that the smartphone may be able to record videos in ultra-high definition.
Ali notes that while 8K TVs have been there since at least 2016, they haven’t yet become widely used. Instead, 4K TVs are the most common.
The ability to record 8K video, which might enable content cropping, remastering, and archiving, will always have a market, according to Jamshed.
The A15 Bionic chip, which debuted with Apple’s models last year, is also expected to power the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, while the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max may come with the company’s next A16 Bionic chip. According to Jamshed, such a choice might make sense given the continuous chip shortage and escalating costs.
According to prior sources, the Apple Watch Series 8 is anticipated to be available in three different variants, including a new Pro model. According to prior reports, this year might witness the release of a new sports-focused model.
Although Ali points out that we haven’t actually seen any indication that such a feature will be included in Apple’s upcoming wearables, the company is also rumoured to be working on support for satellite calls. Although we won’t know for sure until Apple releases information next week, it’s rumoured to cost far more than the prior watches.
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