Rumors about the iPhone 14 have been circulating even though Apple has just released the iPhone 13 some time ago.
A source told 9to5Mac, quoted Tuesday (15/3), there will be four iPhone 14 models, however, without a mini version.
The iPhone 14, currently codenamed D27 and D28, will sport 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays. The other two models, the D73 and D74, are rumored to be a bit more bearable because there will be a new design called “notch and pill”.
Two iPhone 14 phones will use the A15 chip, for models that are classified as “entry level” of the four phones. While the other two use the latest chips which will be announced later.
Referring to 2020, Apple has renamed the A12X chip to A12Z for the iPad Pro. The Cupertino company is expected to do the same for the A15 chip, it could be the A15X for the iPhone 14 later.
Apple is also rumored to be providing a satellite-based communication feature, which was originally thought to be present in the iPhone 13 series.
Even though it didn’t launch the iPhone 13, Apple is said to be still developing the technology for cellphones. It’s not yet clear if this feature will be ready to roll out on the iPhone 14.
Apple, in keeping with their tradition, launches a new iPhone every fall. (Ant/OL-12)