How much will the iPhone 14 cost? When will the iPhone 14 go on sale?

How much will the iPhone 14 cost? When will the iPhone 14 go on sale? This is everything we know about the iPhone 14, with a new design and Touch ID.

The iPhone 14 is coming this fall, bringing a major redesign, improved specs, and new features. This is everything you need to know about the next generation of iPhones.

Last September, Apple announced the new range of iPhone 13 with new cameras, colors, processors, & other improvements. But experts and analysts already have their sights set on the next generation, which will arrive in the fall of 2022.

This is how modern technology works. And in the months before the launch of the iPhone 14, some of the specifications that could arrive with the new generation of Apple smartphones have already been leaked. Apple iPhone 14 Max launch may be delayed, know the reason

When will the iPhone 14 go on sale?

The iPhone 14 can be expected to be announced in mid-September 2022, while it should hit stores a week or two after that. This has happened in recent years and nothing suggests that in 2022 it would be different. iPhone 13 Pro vs iPhone 13 Pro Max: Which one should you buy in 2022?

Apple usually announces its new iPhones in September, but COVID-19 changed those plans in 2020. Although the coronavirus pandemic continues, we think that, as it happened in 2021, the new models will arrive in September 2022.

These have been the release dates of the last generations:

  • iPhone 13: September 24, 2021
  • iPhone 12: October 23, 2020
  • iPhone 11: September 20, 2019
  • iPhone XS: September 21, 2018

How much will the iPhone 14 cost?

The price of the iPhone 14 models will surely be a little different from that of the current iPhones since there will not be a 5.4-inch mini version, but a cheap 6.7-inch Max, which Kuo says could cost less than 900 dollars.

With this in mind, we can expect the new series to cost between $800 and $1,000, depending on the model and size.

For reference, this was the price of all 2021 models at launch:

  • iPhone 13 mini: from €809 / MXN$17,999
  • iPhone 13: from €909 / MXN$20,999
  • iPhone 13 Pro: from €1,159 / MXN$25,999
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max: from €1,259 / MXN$28,999

2022 iPhone Design Changes

What will the 2022 iPhone look like? It is to be expected that there will be major changes in its design. These are the rumors we have heard about the appearance and case of the iPhone 14.

Goodbye mini, hello Max

Size is one of the main physical specs and some experts agree that Apple is preparing changes in this regard. Everything indicates that the 5.4-inch iPhone mini will disappear, but the Max will be introduced according to MacRumors. iPhone 14 Pro leaks and rumors — Everything we know so far

What that means is that we will still have four models, but instead of there being one small model, two medium models, and one large model, there will be two medium models and two large models.

In other words:

  • iPhone 14 (6.1″)
  • iPhone 14 Max (6.7″)
  • iPhone 14 Pro (6.1″)
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max (6.7″)

Mark Gurman, the informed Bloomberg reporter, supports this theory and Apple adds that it will have to line up when it comes to redesigning its product, as the competition tightens.

It seems that the iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 13 mini have not sold well, which would justify such a decision. But not everyone will like the disappearance of the mini as we explain in our article Why we mourn the death of the iPhone mini.

A radical change in the design of the iPhone 14?

As for the design, it seems that Apple would be working on something radically new, something even more radical than the iPhone X. Keep in mind that they are already working on a  clamshell design that we know for now as the iPhone Flip. Which iPhones will be compatible with iOS 16?

The leaker Jon Prosser ensures that it reminds the Galaxy Z Flip and that it will come in various colors. But he also assures us that it will not arrive in 2022, so we understand that it will not be the iPhone 14. The Omdia company predicts that Apple will launch two folding iPhones in 2023.

Thus, it seems that the design with straight edges of the iPhone 12 & iPhone 13 could be maintained for at least one more generation.

The end of the notch

With the iPhone 13, a  slightly smaller notch arrived. In 2022, on the other hand, it could disappear completely or at least become a much more discreet notch.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 14 Pro will have a screen with a hole for the camera. That design was the subject of controversy in September 2021, when Jon Prosser decided to reveal the design of the 2022 iPhone just before the 2021 model is due to arrive.

This is how Front Page Tech envisions the iPhone 14:

Tech envisions the iPhone 14

Since then, there has been a lot of speculation about what the  2022 notch will look like. In October, we got a rumor that there would be both a hole and a  notch, which is against having a hole in the screen.

In this case, it is certain that the notch would be even smaller, but we do not think that anyone wants a mobile that has two notches on the same screen.

But in December 2021, the South Korean platform  The Elec again predicted that the notch would disappear in 2022 and be completely replaced by a hole.

The return of Touch ID

One way to get there to be no-notch on the iPhone would be to re-include Touch ID. This can be done in two ways, and both have been pretty much rumored for a while now.

The first is to introduce an under-display fingerprint sensor to offer Touch ID, as Ming-Chi Kuo suggests to MacRumors. The other is that Apple uses the same Touch ID sensor in the power button of the iPad Air (2020) and iPad mini (2021).

The first iPhone without a port

One of the rumors that are gaining strength is that Apple would stop using the Lightning port of the iPhone 14 and would not include any port. It has been rumored since even before the iPhone 12 arrived, but it could have been pressured by the European Union or it would have wanted to have more free space inside the iPhone.

Instead of using cables to charge, it will be done exclusively wirelessly. That will make all accessories and power banks no longer compatible, but Apple has been guilty in the past of making controversial decisions.

We must not forget that the European Union has been working for some time so that the same charging standards are used and it could be that its law to force smartphone manufacturers to use the same port could finally be approved. What is the difference between USB-A and USB-C connections

This could force Apple to produce iPhones with USB-C in Europe and that could lead to all new iPhones having that port to avoid having to produce iPhones in different designs. But it’s hard to think Apple will fall to political pressure like this.

Our suspicion is that the iPhone without ports will not arrive yet. It will come, but we doubt it will be in 2022.

New MagSafe adapter

As for the ports, it is also rumored that a new MagSafe could arrive, more similar to the one used to charge MacBooks and not the standard used by the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 to charge the mobile wirelessly.

Apple has patented a set of magnets that are very reminiscent of the MagSafe that we know so much about. It’s easy to understand if you look at this illustration:

New MagSafe adapter

The specifications and new features of the iPhone 14

One of the favorite games of the technological community is to know what improvements Apple will bring with its new generation of iPhones. These are the biggest rumors we’ve heard about the features and specifications of the iPhone 14.

Important camera improvements

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, in 2022, the iPhone will have a 10x optical zoom, while the periscopic lens is not expected until 2023. If that turns out to be the case, then we will have an impressive zoom in the iPhone 14 that will be combined with the iPhone 13 macro features.

Other features that should arrive in the next generation are 8K video recording on Pro models, as well as 48 MP sensors and larger pixel sizes.

New A16 processor

The A16 in iPhone 14 will use a 4nm process, so we can expect better power efficiency. This could mean longer battery life, a lighter device with a smaller battery unit, better performance, or all of these together.

Up to 2TB of storage

For now, Apple has only hit 1TB with the iPhone 13 Pro & iPhone 13 Pro Max. But the most optimistic think that Apple will surpass it and double it again in 2022 offering 2TB.

5G mmWave

iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 US models offer 5G mmWave, but this is not available in any other market. For example, in Spain, the sub-6GHz version of 5G is used, while in the United States they have it together with mmWave.

This could change with the iPhone 14. In April 2021, Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that would happen with iPhone 13 models in countries like Canada, Australia, Japan, and major carriers in Europe, which will hopefully include Spain. Will that finally happen in 2022 with the iPhone 14?

To offer that improved 5G connectivity, Apple could use the recently upgraded X65. This allows the use of 5G mmWave and sub-6GHz at the same time and offers unprecedented speeds of up to 10 Gb/s and also improved energy efficiency.

WiFi 6E

Wi-Fi 6E is similar to Wi-Fi 6, supported by the last three generations of iPhone. But it adds support for the 6Hz band, improved bandwidth, better speeds, and less interference.

According to a July 2021 report from DigiTimes, it was believed that late 2021 iPhones would arrive with the new Wi-Fi 6E wireless standard. But that was not the case, so it could finally happen with the iPhone 14.

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