The day has finally come for which everyone was waiting since the rumors of the iPhone 14 release date along with the other variants of Apple iPhone 14 were leaked online. And today on 7th September 2022, it will be finally revealed by the company in the Apple Event which will be held at 10:30 PM (IST).
Today’s Apple Event could be the biggest event in recent years, as today iOS 16 will be also unveiled.
Going by the recent leaks and rumors, there are certain designs & features leaked that might come true but for higher-end iPhone 14 variants. To give you brief detail – Following the poor sales of the iPhone Mini, Apple is said to be ditching the 5.4-inch iPhone Mini variants.
This year’s Apple iPhones are expected to have improved cameras, large sensors, faster charging, and most importantly satellite connectivity.
iPhone 14 Release Date and Time
The Apple event can be streamed live on YouTube and the Apple website. The stream begins at 10:00 A.M. PT/ 10:30 P.M. IST.
Expected Features for Apple iPhone 14
The 4 different variants of iPhone 14 that Apple will be releasing 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 (Max or Plus), and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. In the Apple Far Out Event today, you can expect these features and upgrades:
For high-end iPhone models where it is said that the company might drop the notch.
Apple’s upcoming models are expected to get a 48MP camera sensor with autofocus on the selfie camera as well.
According to Chinese leaks, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus variants may include a 12MP 4K camera, while the Pro variants may have a 48MP 8K camera.
This year Apple is said to introduce its next-gen A16 chipset on Pro models. The vanilla variants could have the old A15 chipset from iPhone with improved performance (according to Apple).
If rumors are to be believed, Apple Pro models will come with bigger batteries while the base model of iPhone 14 will have a 3279mAh battery.
We’ll keep updating our Apple event live blog below in real-time, so keep checking back for latest updates on TechyCoder.