What to Expect
With a new punch-hole on the front instead of the enormous notch, the iPhone 14 may appear rather different.
An "always-on" mode, which has been available on Android phones for some time, could be included to the iPhone 14.
Apple may switch from the iPhone 13's 12MP primary sensor to a 48MP wide camera on the next-gen iPhone 14.
The iPhone 14 may be using the same chipset as the iPhone 13 - the A15 Bionic. One potential reason why this could be happening is, due to chip shortages.
Apple is expected to deliver an 11 per cent performance jump and a 22 per cent increase in power efficiency with the new processor.
The iPhone 14 is expected to be priced similarly to the iPhone 13, which debuted in the United States for $799 and in India for Rs 79,900.