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Steve Jobs, a co-founder of Apple Inc., came up with the iPhone on April 1, 2007, quickly becoming one of the most well-known smartphones on the planet now its new part has come iPhone 14. It was unveiled on January 9 at the Macworld Conference & Expo and made available on April 1 of that same year. The iPhone was the first smartphone to use Apple’s exclusive multi-touch user interface. The mobile phone industry has undergone a revolution thanks to the invention of the iPhone. It has consistently been rated as the most popular smartphone in the world and the smartphone model with the highest lifetime sales. The mobile phone industry has been entirely transformed by the iPhone, which has a long history.

Apple Inc. created, developed, and released the 14th version. The iPhone is currently in its fourteenth generation. Based on previous launch events for the Cupertino-based tech giant, it is expected that the 14th will be displayed during Apple’s fall event, which typically takes place in September.

Looks available on iPhone 14:

Four devices are anticipated to be part of the iPhone 14 series: the  14,  14 Pro, 14 Max, and  14 Pro Max. One of the most interesting lineups could come from the upcoming  14 series. But that won’t take place unless the leaks turn out to be accurate. Additionally, it is anticipated that Apple will replace the Mini-series with a full-size smartphone.

Features of iPhone 14:

When conferring about the features, there are many different color options: black, white, purple, silver, gold, rose gold, and graphite available. It uses Apple’s A13 Bionic processor and has a 4.7-inch (120 mm) Retina HD LCD screen. Additionally, the device has a Touch ID fingerprint sensor integrated into the home button. A 12 MP rear-facing camera, Qi wireless charging, water resistance, and support for Apple Pay are additional noteworthy features. A triple-camera setup at the back will be present on the new  14 Pro and  14 Pro Max in addition to this. According to some reports, it will have the standard 12MP sensors, while others claim it will have multiple upgrades.

The 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM in the  14 Pro and 14 Pro Max represents a significant improvement over the LPDDR4X RAM found in the current phone models. LPDDR, which stands for Low-Power Double Data Rate and refers to the RAM type used in contemporary smartphones and computers is an acronym for those who are unfamiliar. In comparison to the iPhone 13’s 20W fast charging and the  13 Pro’s up to 27W charging, the  14 one will support 30W charging speeds. It also says that it “drops down to 27-25W so results may vary.” in the leaker’s statement. Additionally, this only applies to wired charging because it appears that wireless charging speeds won’t change.

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Release date and price of iPhone 14:

Sales of smartphones were impressive in the most recent quarter, and Apple reportedly told suppliers that it doesn’t expect demand to decline. According to rumors, the new iPhone 14 will debut on September 7, 2022. It may still be a few months before the precise launch date and time of the event are revealed. According to Bloomberg, this year’s launch will take place online, and customers will be able to purchase the newly unveiled smartphones a week and a half after the event. The iPhone 14 is expected to start at the same $799/£779/AU$1,349 as the  13 one, but the 14 Pro and Pro Max will cost $100 more, starting at $1099. The Pro models could see a $100 price increase this year as a result of rising component costs, according to a MacRumors report. The new iPhone 14 Max is anticipated to start at $899, while the iPhone 14 is anticipated to start at $799.The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are anticipated to cost $1,099 and $1,199, respectively, after a $100 price increase.

 Furthermore, it’s also possible that Apple is just really good at keeping the features of the new iPhone 14 a secret so that it can surprise us with a truly outstanding product in the fall. We’ll keep an eye out for fresh, intriguing leaks, but tell us: what needs to happen for Apple to persuade you to upgrade to the  14 one?

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