iPhone 14 launch date
The iPhone 14 is expected to be released in September 2021. There are rumors that it will have four models again, and the iPhone 13 was released at the same time last year. A price guide has also been published by Trade Me and indicates that most models will cost between $1,000 and $1,200 NZD.
iPhone 14 release date
The iPhone 14 launch date is expecting to announcing in September 2022. It’s possible that Apple announce two new iPhones at a time as it did with the iPhone 13 and 14 models last year, but this isn’t confirm.
The company will unveil just one new phone model this year (as it has done for years).
iPhone 13 rumors indicate that there should be four models again:
- A low-cost 6.5-inch LCD iPhone XR successor with an aluminum frame and plastic back panel made by Xiaomi (with an upgraded processor)
- An entry level 7.7 inch iPad Pro with Face ID/no Home button/12MP rear camera and no USB-C port (a refresh of last year’s 10th anniversary design)
When will the iPhone 14 launch?
Apple has yet to confirm the iPhone 14 release date, but it’s easy to predict when we can expect Apple’s next flagship phone.
The company typically reveals its new smartphones in September of each year, so we can expect a September 2020 announcement followed by an October 2021 release.
The iPhone 14 launch date is expect to announce in September 2022.
This means you’re going to have a long wait before you can get your hands on the new device. it also means that Apple has a history of announcing new iPhones in September.
The latest rumor suggests that Apple will reveal its new devices at an event on September 6 next year.
It would the 20th anniversary of the original iPhone announce by Steve Jobs.
If true, this would suggest that we should expect to see not only the iPhone 14 but also an updated iPad Pro and updated AirPods as well.
iPhone rumors so far
iPhone 13 rumors indicate that there should four models again. The iPhone 13 is expect to be announc in September 2021 and release sometime in September 2021. The iPhone 13 will be available for $999, which is a significant increase from the latest phone’s price tag of $949.
Prices, sizes and models like 11 and 12 are expect
The iPhone 12 is expect to a 6.4-inch model, the iPhone 13 is expect to a 6.7-inch model and the iPhone 14 is expect to a 6.9-inch model.
You can expect higher prices on these models because they’ll have more features than older models with lower resolutions, more storage and better battery life.
iPhone 13 rumors indicate that there should be four models again.
iPhone 13 rumors indicate that there should be four models again. The names of the models are iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Air, and iPhone 13 Lite. The names of the colors are Space Black, Silver and Gold (same as before).
The sizes are 6.0”, 6.5”, 7.0”, 7.5” (no change). The storage capacities stay at 64GB or 256GB (no change) with an option for 512GB on all but the lowest-end model ($1599). All models have an OLED screen except for the entry-level model which still has a LCD display like previous iPhones so don’t expect retina resolution like Samsung’s Galaxy S10e or new OnePlus phones but it will still look great compared to other mid-range smartphones such as OnePlus 7 lineup or Google Pixel 3 series even though they don’t offer OLED displays either so wait until next year when Apple releases their 2020 lineup then you’ll get higher quality screens across all four models without paying more money than necessary!
We’re not sure what to expect from the next iPhone, but we know it will be expensive. The iPhone 16 is rumor to have a starting price of $1,000 and could cost as much as $1,200 for the highest-end model. We also expect there to be four models again like this year’s iPhone XS lineup. Apple has been struggling with sales over the past few years due to customers switching over from iPhones onto Android devices or opting for cheaper options like Samsung Galaxy phones instead; however, if they can increase their market share by appealing more towards budget shoppers then maybe they will see an uptick in profits once again (but don’t count on it).