The release of the iPhone 14 series is just a few days away. According to rumours, the iPhone 14 Mini would be replaced by the Max variant. But it appears that Apple will continue to sell the tiny iPhone in 2022.
The release of the iPhone 14 series is just a few days away. After the release of the iPhone 14 model, 4 will also unveil the iPad. According to rumours, the iPhone 14 Mini would be replaced by the Max variant. But it appears that Apple will continue to sell the tiny iPhone in 2022. According to 91mobiles, well-known industry leaker Evan Blass revealed that Apple will introduce a total of 7 new products during the company’s yearly launch event in September, including the most recent iPhones and iPads.
According to Evan, who obtained this information from a top-tier retail channel partner of Apple in the Asia-Pacific area, the following seven iPhones and iPads will be unveiled by Apple at its launch event in September:
- iPhone 14 Mini
- iPhone 14
- iPhone 14 Pro
- iPhone 14 Pro Max
- iPad 10.2 (10th generation)
- iPad Pro 12.9 (6th generation)
- iPad Pro 11 (4th generation)
The smartphones are likely to begin shipping to customers in the first wave of nations at Apple’s yearly launch cycle of these 7 products starting September 16. The devices are slated to be unveiled on September 7 at Apple Park in California.
The release of the iPhone 14 Max was discussed.
The announcement of an iPhone 14 small is unexpected given that prior leaks and reports suggested that Apple would discontinue the model in favour of the iPhone 14 Max (or iPhone 14 Plus) due to the model’s weak sales.
There will be two models of the A16 chip.
Only the new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, according to prior rumors, would include Apple’s newest A16 Bionic mobile CPU, while the other iPhone 14 models would only have the A15 Bionic, which was the chipset used in Apple’s iPhone 13 series from the previous year.
2022 Apple iPads
Regarding iPads, the 12.9-inch and 11-inch iPad Pro versions for 2022 both come with Apple’s newest M2 Apple Silicon SoC and cutting-edge Mini-LED displays, which are presently the only tablets on the market. The home button has been removed from the entry-level iPad of the 10th generation, enabling a nearly bezel-less tablet experience as it replaces the iPad Air and iPad Pro with Apple’s newest iPad models.
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