The information was shared by an Asian distributor.
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Insider Evan Blass shared information from an Asian distributor regarding Apple's September presentation. And there's a lot of interesting stuff here.
While Apple never releases details about the devices that will go on sale in advance, Blass notes that distributors are "well aware" of the devices that will go on sale.
So, next month will go on sale:
- iPhone 14,
- iPhone 14 mini,
- iPhone 14 Pro,
- iPhone 14 Pro Max,
- iPad 10.2 (10th generation),
- iPad Pro 12.9 (6th generation),
- iPad Pro 11 (4th generation).
Previously, all insiders reported that Apple would drop the mini-version, replacing it with the iPhone 14 Plus with a 6.7-inch display. Repeated leaks, including from accessory manufacturers, confirmed this.
It is possible that all the information is a fake, or it is possible that the rumor about the iPhone 14 Plus was initially incorrect and we are waiting for both the mini-version and the larger one.
According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple will hold a presentation on September 7.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman claims that Apple will unveil the iPhone 14 lineup in front of real people at the Steve Jobs Theater, something that hasn't happened since iPhone 11.
Mark Gurman confirms that the presentation is scheduled for Sept. 7, which is Wednesday, which is unusual for Apple. Monday, September 5, is Labor Day. Supposedly, Apple has decided to give another day to the media to make it to the Steve Jobs Theater, where the presentation will take place. Of course, the presentation will also be broadcast live.
Previously, it was said that we will witness the announcement of the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro. inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. Over the weekend, however, rumors swirled that a 5.4-inch iPhone 14 mini would be released instead of the iPhone 14 Max.
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This year, Apple is clearly drawing a dividing line between the more affordable models and the more expensive premium phones. The premium phones are built on the 4nm A16 Bionic chipset, while the regular models will continue to use the 5nm A15 Bionic. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have better quality AMOLED displays and a 48MP wide-angle camera, compared to the 12MP in the standard models. In addition, the more expensive phones will have new cutouts, while the cheaper models will retain the bangs.
Gurman also notes that this will be the earliest iPhone launch since the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were revealed on Sept. 7, 2016.