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See what colors Apple will release all four iPhone 14 models in

Already in mid-September, the information field will be filled with new iPhones. There will be, as in previous years, four models at once. However, they will differ from the line we are used to.

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In principle, it is known that there will be only a few innovations from the new:

  • The Pro version will get a "pill" instead of a "monobrow".
  • Both models will receive new LTPO panels with Always-On Display. Whether this will mean that the base iPhone 14 and 14 Max will be equipped with screens with an increased refresh rate is unknown.
  • The base versions will receive the same system-on-a-chip as the iPhone 13 line - Apple A15.
  • Cameras will get better.

As you can see, there are not so many innovations. Therefore, it remains to discuss the colors of the upcoming iPhones. And MacRumors author Hartley Charlton took it up with great enthusiasm. He wrote a long opus about what colors the upcoming iPhones will be.

The presentation is expected to take place in mid-September. Estimated date is September 13th. This will be the first of two presentations. Also in September will show the new Apple Watch.

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