So, will the iPhone 14 be a disappointment? Apple seems to be treating the standard iPhone models poorly lately. The company should wait for software leaks and feature rumors before making any decisions. That way, they can’t be caught short-changing users. But, will Apple deliver on the hype? Read on to find out. This article will cover the pros and cons of the iPhone 14.
iPhone 14 is a popular unit to sell
Apple’s new iPhone 14 is no longer the focus of the company’s most polarizing discussion. The headlines these days are about the price of the unit, and the effects they will have on Apple’s sales across the world. According to Apple analyst Chris Caso, prices of the iPhone 14 will increase globally, as well as in the US. The price hikes could affect Apple’s entire product line.
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It has a big show
Apple holds its fall iPhone event around September, and the new model releases shortly after the event. The company staggers the release dates of new sizes and models, and has historically held these events on Tuesdays. Last year’s iPhone 13 was released on Sept. 14, and the iPhone 14 is expected to follow suit. As of this writing, the iPhone 14 has yet to be officially announced, but Kuo says that the iPhone will be launched sometime in 2020.
It has a 48-megapixel camera
Apple’s next iPhone is rumored to have a 48-megapixel camera, which would raise the bar for mobile photography. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the camera on the new model will have better low-light performance than previous models, while also offering an optical zoom and periscope lens. Apple has been focusing on improving the camera on its iPhones for a while now, but despite all the hype, the resolution of images has remained static.
It has a 5G chip
Apple may be ditching Samsung to build its 5G chip in the iPhone 14. According to the Economic Daily News, the smartphone maker has chosen TSMC over the Korean company, which has advanced technology that can make 5G chips use less power. The new chip is said to have a lower power consumption than its 4G counterpart, so this could translate into longer battery life. The iPhone 14 could be the first model to have a 5G chip.
It has a notch
Almost a year ago, rumors were circulating that Apple was considering removing the notch from the iPhone 14. This rumor was true, as a YouTube user named Hacker 34 posted a video in which he shows how the upcoming device will look without the ‘notch’. The video also shows how the notch is designed, with two small holes on the top. Hopefully, the rumor will be true this time around.