Apple iPhone 14 Series price leaked, Pro & Pro Max variants cost more than expected – Technology News, Firstpost

A new leak by a reputable Apple leak source reveals that there will be 4 variants of Apple’s new iPhone – iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Usually, Apple releases the iPhone in late September or early October. However, the leaks around iPhones excite people all year round. According to a report from AppleLeaksPro, a reputable leaker on all things Apple, it appears that the next generation of iPhones will be slightly more expensive than the current generation.

The prices of the upcoming iPhone 14 series

According to the report, the price of the iPhone 14 will be comparable to the iPhone 13. The launch price is $799. The iPhone 14 Max will have a price tag of $899. This time, Apple will not release the mini version, which basically means that the iPhone 14 Max will have a price tag of $899. new iPhone line will start with iPhone 14.

The iPhone 14 Pro will have a price tag of $999, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a starting price of $1,199, according to the leak.

Some Key Features of the iPhone 14 Series

So far, several leaks have suggested some rather interesting facts about the upcoming iPhone 14 series. The two best models, the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max, are getting a design upgrade and will have a pill-shaped hole punch that will replace the rather infamous notch. As for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, they will probably still wear the notch.

The leaks also suggest that all iPhone 14s will have a triple camera. The camera module can consist of a 48MP wide-angle camera, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens and a telephoto camera. There is also a rumor that suggests that the top two devices, the Pro models, will support 8K video recording.

The iPhone 14 series is also rumored to have a larger profile, possibly a 20:9 screen aspect ratio, and a new design. There are no reliable leaks regarding the chipset that will be used in the new iPhone. However, that will all change once Apple’s annual WWDC begins.

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