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iPhone 14 rumour — the mini seems to be dead


Get ready for the iPhone 14 range to have a completely new appearance.

iPhone 14 Pro leaks and rumours — what we know

Preliminary iPhone 14 speculations have claimed that Apple would discontinue the iPhone 14 small and replace it with a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max. As reported by 9to5Mac, this shift has been confirmed.

It’s also been reported by 9to5Mac that the iPhone 14 Pro versions would feature bigger displays since the notch has been replaced with two cutouts. So the iPhone 14 Pro and the normal iPhone 14 models should appear quite different. ‘


Aside from that, the storey resurrects speculations that appeared shortly before Apple’s iPhone 13 announcement last autumn that the company will be adding satellite connection to its devices. A satellite-equipped iPhone would be able to receive emergency messages even if LTE and 6G networks were unavailable.

According to 9to5Mac, Apple is still working on satellite connection, despite the fact that the capability was not included in the iPhone 13. However, it’s not yet known whether this would be completed in time for the new iPhone 14 to be released in September.

It’s possible that the iPhone 14’s ordinary and pro variants will have separate processors. According to this analysis, however, the disparities between the two may not be as great as they initially seem.


A new mobile chip designed only for the iPhone 14 Pro models was revealed by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo on Saturday. It’s been reported that the A15 Bionic chip from this year would be used in the regular iPhone 14. For the first time, Apple’s upcoming iPhones will have CPUs from multiple manufacturers.

However, 9to5Mac has a follow-up storey that provides further information. Apple is expected to employ this year’s iPhone 13 Pro models’ A15 Bionic processor in the iPhone 14, according to 9to5Mac. According to teardowns, the processor has 6GB of RAM, whereas the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini have 4GB of RAM.

A15X is the name 9to5Mac has given the rumoured iPhone 14 Pro model’s A15 processor, which is a little upgrade over the current A15 Bionic. Apple has made similar differences with iPad CPUs in the past, so this isn’t an unique move.


The iPhone 14 is expected to be released in the autumn, while the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to gain notable features including the elimination of the notch. With Apple’s iPhone SE (2022) reveal in the past, we anticipate to learn a lot more about the iPhone 14 in the near future.

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