The Apple iPhone 14 Series Will Apparently Have Enhanced MagSafe And New Color Options!

The Apple iPhone 14 Series Will Apparently Have Enhanced MagSafe And New Color Options!

On September 7, at Apple’s ‘Far out’ event, we can expect to see the formal debut of the iPhone 14 series. The four-part smartphone line-up, which has been speculated about for a while, consists of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. A recent rumour suggests that the new line-up will feature several colour options and an enhanced MagSafe.

With the release of the iPhone 14, Apple is widely speculated to ship a replacement battery pack. The base storage capacity of the iPhone 14 is expected to remain at 128GB, the same as the iPhone 13. There will apparently not be an iPhone 14 titanium variant available from the business.

A new report on the South Korean blog Naver cites a developer in the United States to make claims about the next iPhone 14’s colour possibilities, storage capacity, MagSafe upgrades, and more.

According to the rumour mill, the standard iPhone 14 will be available in green, purple, blue, black, white, and red, while the Pro version will be sold in green, purple, silver, gold, and graphite.

The iPhone 14 series may include improved MagSafe magnets from Apple. A new battery accessory is suggested for the new models, but no details are provided in the article.

The Apple iPhone 14 Series Will Apparently Have Enhanced MagSafe And New Color Options!

It was previously thought that Apple might release an expensive titanium iPhone 14 Pro. Based on the latest information, the version was scrapped after the prototype was made due to manufacturing problems and high costs.

Also, like the iPhone 13, the base storage capacity of the iPhone 14 would be 128GB. There have been rumours that the iPhone 14 Pro might include a larger capacity battery. It was said that their base model came with 256 GB of memory.

Similar to the iPhone 13, the display of the iPhone 14 will be protected by Gorilla Glass.

It has been reported that the maximum power output for connected charging has increased to 30W. The speed at which wireless charging occurs will not, however, increase.

On September 7th, Apple will hold the ‘Far Out’ release event. The Cupertino juggernaut is widely speculated to introduce the iPhone 14 series and possibly further Apple Watch and iPad models at the event.

Kimberly

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