iPhone 14 — Every rumors and leak in detail


The iPhone 14 is expected to be the most significant upgrade in years. Here is what we currently know.

(Image credit: Ian Zelbo | Front Page Tech)

Apple’s next iPhones might bring about the most significant changes in years, according to growing speculations about the iPhone 14. Many leaked images and specifications hint to the reintroduction of Touch ID as well as an updated primary camera and a speedier A16 Bionic processor.

There might be major changes to both iPhone 14 Pro and normal iPhone 14 models, with the latter likely to receive the most drastic changes, since the small is anticipated to be replaced by an iPhone 14 Max.


According to our predictions for 2022, the iPhone 14 is a must-have phone. iPhone 14 is expected to be Apple’s most popular product in 2022, and here’s what we know so far about what we’d want to see from the company’s next flagships.

Estimated release date and cost of the iPhone 14

We haven’t heard anything about the iPhone 14’s release date yet. However, based on prior Apple iPhone launches, we may predict the iPhone 14 to be unveiled in September 2022.

Engineering validation testing (EVTs) are taking place on the iPhone 14, which means that the design has been finalised since it was put into trial production in February. The results of these testing will reveal if the new devices meet Apple’s stringent specifications.


As far as the price is concerned, it’s impossible to forecast. Nonetheless, we expect the iPhone 14 will be priced in line with the iPhone 13’s starting price of $799 for the iPhone 13 and $999 for the iPhone 13 Pro. Although we can’t rule out the possibility of a bigger, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, we anticipate it to cost $899.

As a result, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max might cost up to $1,099 or more.

(Image credit: Ian Zelbo | Front Page Tech)

It seems that three of the four iPhone 14 models slated for a price increase have been leaked by LeaksApplePro, a reasonably reputable leaker.


Both the basic iPhone 14 and the larger iPhone 14 Max are likely to remain priced $799 and $899, respectively. iPhone 14 Pro may cost $1,099 compared to the $999 iPhone 13 Pro, which is $100 more expensive. The price of the iPhone 14 Pro Max is expected to rise to $1,199. With such a large jump in price, the next-generation iPhone 14’s top end will be beyond of reach for most people.

We’ve compiled a list of reasons why you should purchase the iPhone 13 instead of the iPhone 14 if you’re undecided.

And don’t forget to check out our first impressions of the iPhone 14 versus iPhone 14 Pro.


iPhone 14 Max replaces iPhone 14 tiny

In spite of the iPhone 12 small’s alleged lack of sales, Apple announced an iPhone 13 mini last autumn. Although Apple is expected to discontinue the iPhone small in 2022, the company’s iPhone 14 range is expected to change. In addition to the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, there might be a bigger iPhone 14 Plus or Max. As a result, there would be two iPhone 14 models and two iPhone 14s.

According to Jon Prosser, the iPhone 14 Max will be the next “small” phone, with just a 6.7-inch display and no pro capabilities and a price tag that would make it prohibitively expensive. Bigger and cheaper iPhones might be precisely what the doctor ordered for Apple’s loyal customers.

We might anticipate to see two iPhone 14 versions, one ordinary and one Max, according to a new leaker. The predicted iPhone 14 Max is a major changer for Apple, and it should make Apple’s rivals anxious, according to our perspective.


The iPhone 14 isn’t the only significant upgrade from the iPhone 13 tiny. Here is a detailed comparison of what we know so far about what is expected to be the new iPhone 14 against the iPhone 13.

Apple’s newest smartphone, the iPhone 14, has a

According to Jon Prosser’s video on Front Page Tech, the iPhone 14 will have flat sides like the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 4. There might also be a muted button and a collection of circular volume buttons, like those on the iPhone 4, on the sides of the next iPhone 5.

(Image credit: Ian Zelbo | Front Page Tech)

The iPhone 14 is said to be built of titanium, which would make it more durable and stronger than prior models, while the back of the phone would still be made of glass, but with a satin-like sheen on the surface.


Additionally, the iPhone 14’s three rear cameras may no longer protrude from the back of the device but instead rest flush with it. It’s possible, given recent developments in camera sensor and lens production.

In light of Ming-Chi Kuo’s allegation that a larger module is required to house a 48MP camera, it is unlikely that the basic iPhone 14 would acquire a pair of cameras flush with its back panel. However, some schematics indicate the iPhone 14 Pro versions with the raised camera array to be even larger.

Rumors about the iPhone 14’s display notch removal have been circulating for some time now. It seems that only the iPhone 14 Pro will be notch-free, with a mix of a single circular camera cutout and a pill-shaped cutout to accommodate Face ID sensors.


Tipsters predict that by 2023, the whole iPhone line will have no notch. However, this is not predicted to happen with the regular iPhone 14.

The supposed blueprints for the iPhone 14 Pro have also been leaked on Weibo, displaying the Face ID cutout right next to the front-facing camera. Initially, it seems to be a controversial issue, but this is only the beginning.

Additionally, a fresh set of renderings for the iPhone 14 Pro gives us another another glimpse at what a post-notch iPhone may look like.


This design, however, seems unlikely to make it to the basic iPhone 14. For the last four generations, ‘regular’ iPhones have had to deal with a notch on the front of their devices.

For now, renderings suggest that the iPhone 14 series will do away with the camera module altogether in favour of a design that incorporates cameras into the body, similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and other previous smartphones.

MySmartPrice has also received CAD renderings of the non-Pro version of the iPhone 14. The iPhone 14 Max is expected to have the same design as the iPhone 14 in a 6.7-inch display body.


As you can see, these renderings don’t appear all that different from the iPhone 13 that we already have. This year’s iPhones still have a notch but the back cameras are arranged diagonally. In fact, it begs the question of what the iPhone 14 will bring that’s new.

Claims of iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max schematics leaked by Max Weinbach, who has a long history of leaks. Both depict a phone that is 0.2 millimetres thicker and has a greater camera hump. The schematics suggest that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be similar in size to its predecessors. The new hole-punch/pill-shaped cuts may also be seen in these schematics.

A new leak concerning the iPhone 14 Pro Max, Apple’s biggest next-generation flagship phone, seems to have spilt a lot of information. While it’s unclear exactly what Apple will do to make the bigger iPhone slimmer and more slimline, it’s safe to assume that it will retain the sensor technology required for reliable and secure Face ID.


The iPhone 14’s screen

The iPhone 14 range is expected to be shaken up, with a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max expected to be released. Therefore, the 5.4-inch tiny is a thing of the past.

iPhone 14 will feature a 6.08-inch screen (rounded up to 6.1 inches), while iPhone 14 Max will have a 6.68-inch screen, according to a report from Shadow Leak (rounded up to 6.7 inches). That’s the same as the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 Pro.

All iPhone 14 models should include a 120Hz refresh rate display, as seen on the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, which is believed to be based on an LTPO panel or a development of that display technology.


Speculation has surfaced that the iPhone 14 Max, which might be referred to as the iPhone 14 Plus, would have a 120Hz refresh rate display. Screen manufacturer LG will reportedly take this situation, although the ordinary iPhone 14 has still to get a higher refresh rate or stick to 60Hz.

LTPS displays, which run at 60 Hz, are said to be coming to the iPhone 14, according to The Elec. A fast-refreshing display may be missing from the iPhone 14’s base model, according to recent supply chain rumours.

Rumors of a 90Hz refresh rate for the next iPhone 14 and 14 Max have surfaced again. Even if the Pro model’s screens are quicker, this would be an upgrade over the iPhone 13 and 13 mini.


The iPhone 14 would also make sense to have an always-on display, considering that it was rumoured for the iPhone 13 but never made it into the current model of the device.

Touch ID on the iPhone 14

When compared to previous iPhones, the reintroduction of Touch ID will be one of the most notable upgrades in the iPhone 14. Unlike most fingerprint sensors on the top Android phones, the iPhone 14’s sensor is expected to be built beneath the display rather than in the power button.

However, it’s too early to tell whether or not this is indeed a possibility. Ming Chi-Kuo, an analyst, predicts that an iPhone with Touch ID or Face ID beneath the display won’t be available for many years. Face ID’s absence would have been a major setback, given the prevalence of masks in today’s society.


Face ID, on the other hand, is now able to detect a person even if they are wearing a mask thanks to iOS 15.4. Because it works so effectively, Apple may have avoided the need for fingerprint-based authentication altogether.

The iPhone 14 has 14 megapixels of resolution.

The speculations about the iPhone 14’s cameras are beginning to surface, and they’re very intriguing. iPhone 14 Pro versions are expected to include a 48MP primary sensor, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a significant upgrade over the iPhone 13’s 12MP camera. Research firm TrendForce, based in Taiwan, confirms that Apple cares about the quality of its primary camera, at least for its Pro models.

(Image credit: Ian Zelbo | Front Page Tech)

Another source, on the other hand, disputes the existence of a 48MP camera on the iPhone 14 Pro and, thus, the whole iPhone 14 line. Instead, according to the insider, Apple will use the same 12MP sensors present in the iPhone 13 series for the primary camera.


In spite of this, a larger primary sensor is always good, but the iPhone’s telephoto lens lags behind rivals like the Samsung Galaxy S21. The Galaxy S21 Ultra’s 10x optical zoom secondary camera is a great idea, and we wouldn’t be surprised to see Apple follow suit.

Apple may be working on a periscope-style zoom camera for the iPhone 14, or at the very least for the Pro versions, according to a recent patent filing. Periscope cameras are expected on the iPhone 15 in 2023, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Battery life and recharge times for the iPhone 14

So yet, we’ve only heard rumours about the iPhone 14’s specifications. We believe that Apple will create an A-series processor for the iPhone in 2022. The A16 is most likely to be used, and it is expected to provide a significant performance gain over the A15 Bionic in the iPhone 13 in both CPU and graphics.


According Apple rumours, the iPhone 14 is expected to use an even smaller and more efficient A15 Bionic processor from TSMC than the 5nm A15 Bionic anticipated for the iPhone 13. But a new source suggests that TSMC is experiencing difficulties creating the smaller chips, which implies the iPhone 14 might continue with a 5nm chipset. If this is the case, it would be the first time that an iPhone has had the same-sized system-on-chip for three years in succession.

A new A16 Bionic processor may be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The A15 Bionic processor will power the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. Despite this, the A15 is expected to remain the most powerful processor in a smartphone for some time.

According to LeaksApplePro, the iPhone 14 will be powered by an A15 Bionic rather than improved silicon, citing the following statement: “To put it another way, Apple is contemplating employing A15 in its next non-professional iPhones in 2018. Apple, on the other hand, intends to refer to it as the A16 chip.”


New reports say the iPhone 14 will be powered by this year’s iPhone 13 Pro models’ version of the A15 Bionic processor based on information from insiders familiar with the matter. According to teardowns, this chip has 6GB of RAM, although the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini only have 4GB of RAM. There is a possibility that this may be an update of some type, but we should take it with a grain of salt.

Check out our thoughts on what an A16 Bionic chip in the iPhone 14 may mean to you, as analysts weigh in.

According to Kuo, all four iPhone 14 models will feature 6GB of RAM, up from 4GB on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 small, which is a significant increase. LPDDR 4X RAM will be used in the basic versions while LPDDR 5 RAM would be used in the Pro variants, according to rumours.


All four iPhone 14 versions will have 6GB of RAM, according to analyst Jeff Pu.

The iPhone 13 series features storage choices starting at 128GB and going all the way up to 1TB for the Pro variants.

In contrast, a rumour has it that the iPhone 14 will have 2TB of inbuilt storage. We doubt an iPhone will have the largest capacity on a smartphone to date, given that no Samsung phone provides this and they’ve historically been liberal with storage.

The iPhone 14 and 14 Max will have 64GB of storage, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max would have a massive 256GB of storage, according to an analyst note from Jeff Pu. Both are plausible, although the former is more likely than the latter, since it would take up half the capacity of a standard iPhone 13.


According to GlobalDate analyst Emma Mohr-McClune, Apple might possibly release an iPhone 14 with simply an eSIM. Users who require dual-SIM capabilities, such as businesspeople and international tourists, will see a boost in iPhone sales as a result of the change.

5G and satellite phone connection on the iPhone 14

Following Apple’s purchase of Intel’s modem division, it’s feasible that the iPhone 14 may have an Apple-made 5G modem. In theory, this would provide Apple more control over both the performance of 5G and the battery life effect.

New iPhones are said to be equipped with a new 5G technology that might reduce battery usage while still delivering high-quality results. It has been reported that TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.) has been granted Apple’s 5G chip orders for the next iPhone 14 series by Taiwan’s Economic Daily News.


The radio frequency chips are believed to be made using the 6nm manufacturing technique, which might enable the provider to offer a device that is physically smaller and reduces power consumption without losing performance.

It’s also possible that a smaller 5G chip may allow Apple to fit a bigger battery inside. As a result, the disclosed chip, when coupled with improved power efficiency, has the potential to enhance the total battery life of the phone.

Qualcomm unveiled its new X70 modem during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in 2022. However, the new technology, which is projected to be a significant upgrade over the current-generation X65 modem, will not be included in the iPhone 14, which is scheduled for delivery in late 2022.


It’s also worth noting the recent resurgence of an old iPhone rumour that claims that the iPhone 13 can connect with satellite networks so that users may send text messages to emergency services when cellular networks are unavailable. According to rumours, the iPhone 14 models might have satellite connection, which would help Apple improve its phone’s ability to respond in the event of an emergency.

Connecting an iPhone 14 to a USB-C port

There have been rumblings about the iPhone 14 ditching the Lightning connector in favour of USB-C for many generations, but now it seems that this is actually going to happen. There have been several reports that the iPhone 14 Pro would use USB-C, so it stands to reason that the normal iPhone 14 will do the same thing.

Some of us believe USB-C is a must-have feature for the iPhone 14 and that it’s pretty much the only thing that has to be fixed in the iPhone 14 Pro. We’d love to see USB-C take over.


Version 14 of the iPhone’s software

The iPhone 14 is expected to debut in the autumn with a new version of Apple’s iOS software if the company follows its usual pattern. It is almost a certainty that the next version of iOS will be iOS 16. (unless Apple ditches numbers like it did with macOS).

iOS 16 software upgrades are not expected to be released until June, when Apple has its annual developer conference. Until then, we have no information on Apple’s plans for iOS 16. In December, Apple will release iOS 15.2, which includes a variety of new features for the iPhone.

The iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro.

The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max seem to be in a league of their own, based on all the speculations to yet. As a result, only the pros will be able to provide telephoto zooms once again. Because the new iPhone 14 Pros are said to include in-display Touch ID, which would mean that the notch would be replaced with a punch hole display.


A 48MP primary camera is rumoured for the iPhone 14 Pro versions, which is more than double the 12MP camera that is slated for the ordinary iPhone 14. Also, the iPhone 14 Pros might include USB-C ports instead of Lightning ports. There are rumours that the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro will have significant changes.

Analyst Jeff Pu, on the other hand, predicts that Apple will equip all four iPhone 14 models with 120Hz displays and 6GB of RAM this time around.

This is our wish list for the iPhone 14:

This year’s iPhone speculations have been evaluated based on what we think are must-have features. But here’s what we’d want to see on the iPhone 14 when it’s released. Here’s what the iPhone SE tells us about the iPhone 14 now that it’s out:


Prosser’s renderings of the iPhone 14 reveal a new design that is rather appealing. However, it’s hardly a major shift in Apple’s industrial design. Any though Apple’s phones are among of the most attractive, we’d want to see whether the company can go even farther in terms of design with the iPhone 14.

If the speculations are correct, the iPhone 14 might have a notch-free display, and we hope so. Under-display cameras would be welcome as long as they didn’t interfere with image or face-recognition capability.

Even if the iPhone 14 doesn’t include an in-display fingerprint sensor, we believe that Apple will reintroduce Touch ID. Perhaps the iPad Air’s Touch ID sensor might be placed into the side-mounted power button.


Although the Apple A-series CPUs have always been powerhouses, we’d like to see Apple take a more AI-focused approach, similar to what the Google Pixel 6 is planning to achieve with its Tensor chip. Siri and other features on the iPhone 14 may be made smarter and more responsive in order to compete with Google’s voice-activated virtual assistant.

There is no doubt that the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s camera is one of the finest out there, but we’d want Apple to continue to improve its camera technology and hardware. Even with the Pro Max’s current advantage, there’s not much separating it from competitors like the Google Pixel 6 and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. It is our hope that the iPhone 14 camera and phone photography experience would sweep the floor with Android competition, compelling them to truly enhance their photography game with next-generation phones. Getting up to speed on the zooming front would also be beneficial.


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