Every year after June, supply chain rumors about a new iPhone are surprisingly accurate, especially in terms of planning, ID design, and release dates.
Apple typically launches a new iPhone on the first or second Tuesday in September, depending on iPhone launch dates in previous years, and the most likely keynote date this year is September 13, according to 9to5Mac.
However, it should be noted that due to the impact of various aspects on the supply chain this year, not only the commencement process can not be guaranteed, but also some parts supply problems, so the possibility of delay cannot be completely ruled out.
As for the new generation of iPhone 14, the rumors in the industry have tended to be unified, and it is almost certain that there will be four models: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The iPhone 14 Max, which will be added this year, will have the same core features as the iPhone 14, but will have a larger 6.7-inch screen. It may also be called the “iPhone 14 Plus.”
It’s also worth noting that in addition to the differences in core performance between the standard and Pro versions this year, there will also be greater differences in appearance.
Most notably, for the first time this year, the Pro will dispense with bangs and adopt a hole-out for exclamation marks, boosting the iPhone’s screen size to its highest ever.
As for the standard iPhone 14, the two models continue the design of the current model, with small bangs.