On September 7, Apple unveiled the iPhone 14 during the company’s highly-anticipated “Far Out” event.
The latest iPhone model will offer more than a few changes. Most notably, there is no mini model available for the iPhone 14. IGN reports that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will run on A15 Bionic chips while the pro and max models will utilize A16 Bionics Chips. As for the camera features, the latest iPhone model uses a 12-megapixel camera with a larger sensor and a faster aperture. These upgrades will allow for better motion freezing and better front camera focus. Ultimately, this should allow for more pixels and better details in each photo. Additionally, the latest iPhone will work with an always-on display and a Dynamic Island display. Lastly, Apple promises that each new model will run on an all-day battery.
Beginning September 9, Apple consumers will have the opportunity to preorder their new phones. The iPhone 14 will be available for $799 and the plus model will be available for $899. For those interested in pro models, the pro model will be available for $999 and the pro max model will be available for an additional $100. The traditional and pro models will begin shipping on September 16. Nearly a month later, Apple will begin shipping plus models on October 7, 2022.