Apple iPhone 14 Series Leaks: Features, Launch Date, Price and more

We’ve reached a point where phone companies are having difficulty keeping some of their secrets hidden. Prior to their official release, most major releases are spoiled by endless leaks and rumours. This reduces tech keynotes to routine announcements of mostly expected and well-known products. For the most part, we no longer get to experience the element of surprise that we were accustomed to. The iPhone 14 lineup will be available in a few months. It’s possible that these high-end Apple smartphones won’t be unveiled until September 2022. We do, however, already know a lot about them and what they might be capable of. Here are all of the details about the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max that have been circulating.

Launch Date

It’s difficult to predict an Apple product’s exact launch date until the company makes it official. Apple, on the other hand, has a habit of introducing new high-end iPhone models in the fall. It usually makes these smartphones public during an event in September. We should see the iPhone 14 lineup in September 2022, assuming no internal hiccups.

Key regions such as the United States and Europe will most likely be able to pre-order the phone once Apple makes the lineup official. After that, it should arrive in about 2-3 weeks. Other countries typically gain access in the weeks following.


There’s no way to know how much an unreleased Apple device will cost. With each annual release, the Cupertino tech giant tends to stick to the same price range. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max both start at $1,000 and $1,100. So, if we had to make a guess, the iPhone 14 equivalents should be around the same price.

Models of the iPhone 14 Series

Apple iPhone 14 Series
Apple iPhone 14 Series

Apple’s high-end lineup usually consists of four iPhones: iPhone Mini, iPhone, iPhone Pro, and iPhone Pro Max. Unfortunately, this could change later this year. According to reports, the Mini will be replaced by a regular Max variant. However, this has no effect on the Pro iPhones, as the Pro and Pro Max model options should remain unchanged. They’ll probably have 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays, respectively.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max is the possibility of removing the notch. These two phones are said to be switching to a pill and hole-punch design. When compared to the regular iPhone 14 models or the iPhone 13 lineup, we may see more rounded corners. Apart from that, due to the upgraded sensor, expect these two powerhouses to have a thicker camera bump.

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Colors It’s difficult to predict Apple’s exact colour scheme before the official launch. However, we can make some educated guesses about the organization’s structure. On regular iPhones, Apple typically uses brighter colours with a glossy glass back, while the matte-backed Pro models use more serious colours. Usually, Space Gray, White, and Gold are safe bets. Furthermore, rumours suggest that a Purple iPhone 14 Pro will be released. To know for sure, we’ll have to wait until the event. It’s also worth noting that Apple occasionally introduces new iPhone colours 6 months or so after the original launch. So, if you’re curious about the colours, you’ll have to wait until early to mid 2023.

Design of 14 Series

Apple iPhone 14 Series
Apple iPhone 14 Series

We have some good news for notch haters — assuming you’re willing to pay for a Pro model. On the iPhone 14 Pro (6.1-inch) and iPhone 14 Pro Max (6.5-inch), Apple may remove the notch (6.7-inch). According to reports, these phones will feature a hole-punch and pill design that will be unique to them. If you buy one of the regular models, you’ll probably have to deal with the same notch that’s on the iPhone 13.

The always-on display (AOD) feature could be added to the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. This feature was supposed to be included in the iPhone 13, but it has been postponed until the next release.


Every major phone release, Apple usually introduces a new A chip. While the regular iPhone 14 models are expected to keep the same A15 Bionic chip as the iPhone 13, the Pro models could get a more powerful chip that isn’t even in the A-series. For the time being, it is unknown what this chip will be called or how powerful it will be. Finally, Apple may be aiming to differentiate between the performance of regular and Pro iPhones in the future.


Apple iPhone 14 Series
Apple iPhone 14 Series

For several years, the Cupertino tech giant has used a 12MP Wide sensor on its iPhones. With the release of the iPhone 14 Pro this year, this could finally change. It’s possible that Apple will upgrade to a 48MP sensor. This would improve the Pro iPhones’ photography and videography capabilities even more. Regular iPhone 14 models are unlikely to get the upgraded camera.


The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will almost certainly come with iOS 16 preinstalled. Instead, Apple could ship them with iOS 16.1 already installed. This has happened in the past, and it all depends on the development of iOS 16. These two smartphones, however, should continue to receive software updates for many years to come.

Ports, Battery, and Charging

When it comes to technical specifications, Apple is tight-lipped when it comes to battery technology. Instead, it provides an estimate of how long a device will last on a single charge while performing a specific task. On high-end iPhones, that’s usually around 18 hours of video playback. What matters is that this device will most likely last you the entire day without needing to be recharged. That’s assuming you only use the phone occasionally. We don’t expect the battery life of iPhone 14 models to be significantly longer or shorter.

When it comes to charging, this phone is likely to stick to the Lightning port. Apple isn’t expected to switch to USB Type-C on the iPhone until at least 2023, according to rumours. Of course, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will almost certainly support the MagSafe and Qi wireless charging standards as well.

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