Apple is bringing its next iPhone series to the market next week, with its Far Out event confirmed for September 7. Apple will be showcasing its new flagship devices, that is likely to include around four new models as per reports. The vanilla iPhone 14 is expected to line up alongside the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max this year, and we expect the best features to be offered on the Pros once again.
With the launch just a few days away now, here’s a quick round up of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, their expected price in India, and specifications.
iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max Launch Date, Event Time, Where To Watch Live
Apple iPhone 14 Pro and the 14 Pro Max are launching on Wednesday, September 7 when the company will be broadcasting its Far Out event in front of the world. Apple will be live streaming the pre-recorded virtual event from the Apple Centre in Cupertino, where Tim Cook, CEO, Apple will walk us through the new line of products. Apple’s Far Out event starts at 10:30 PM IST and you can watch it live on Apple’s Events page or head over to Apple’s YouTube page.
iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max: Expected Price In India
Apple iPhone 14 Pro and the 14 Pro Max will have multiple variants in the market, with both the models carrying 6GB RAM and offer storage up to 1TB this year. The base variant of iPhone 14 Pro is expected to be priced in India around Rs 1,09,990. As for the Max version, expect the price tag to start from Rs 1,29,990 or even more.
iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max: Specifications and Features
There is still a lot to know about the new iPhone 14 Pro and the 14 Pro Max from Apple but rumours and leaks have given us a good idea about what the company plans to offer with its Pro series this year for consumers. The cameras are expected to get a big bump, and even the performance boost is a no brainer for the new flagships.
Punch Hole Gives Way For Pill Hole Cutout
Apple is moving away from the notch, and as per multiple leaks, the iPhone 14 Pro will come with a pill-hole cutout for the camera and other sensors. Apple has generally taken a different route compared to its Android counterparts, and the new cutout version seems very much like Apple. The company is said to be offering this feature for its Pros, just like how you got the ProMotion (120Hz refresh rate) display on the iPhone 13 Pro and the 13 Pro Max last year. The new cutout will invariably allow the company to reduce the size of the bezels and increase the screen footprint.
A16 Bionic Powering The New iPhone 14 Pros
As you would expect, the new flagships from Apple will get the performance boost thanks to the new A16 Bionic chipset. Apple is likely to share more details about the new hardware at the event, but going by the yearly progression made on this front by Apple, expect another major leap. Mind you, the A15 is already way ahead of the nearest Android challengers when it comes to performance, so A16 could just push the level even further. Add to that, having 6GB RAM on board could do wonders for the new Pros. A mouth-watering prospect indeed.
48MP Cameras Aboard The iPhone 14 Pros
From whatever we heard till now, the iPhone 14 Pro will have a completely new camera setup at the back, spearheaded by a 48MP primary sensor as per reports. Now, this will be a big upgrade from the regular 12MP sensors that we have seen. Having said that, Apple has shown us time and again that megapixels count for nothing if you have the right mix of the hardware and software. So, we are eager to see if the supposed 48MP camera manages to make the photos look even better.
Other Specifications and Features
The iPhone 14 Pro and the 14 Pro Max should get a Super Retina display with LTPO 2.0 technology and ProMotion this year as well. iOS 16 will make its official bow on the new iPhone 14 series, and we can’t wait to see new the lockscreen widgets on the pill-hole shaped screen of the iPhone 14 Pros. Along with the 48MP primary camera, Apple is likely to offer a duo of 12MP cameras for ultrawide and telephoto shooting. The battery units on both the models could go up as well, and we hope the charging speeds and bumped up as well.
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