Apple’s supply chain has begun shipping components for iPhone 14 models to the factory, preparing for the assembly and completion of Apple smartphone shipments before the launch date.
According to the report of DigiTimesiPhone 14 components have been shipped by Apple suppliers to factories such as Foxconn for assembly and completion of shipments before the launch date in the next few months.
Previous rumors have said that the iPhone 14 Pro models will have major changes such as the use of a pill-shaped “punched” screen to house the Face ID sensor and front camera instead of the “rabbit ears” like the iPhone generation. Pro first.
The iPhone 14 Pro model is also expected to have a more powerful A16 Bionic chip and an upgraded 48MP rear camera main lens to support 8K video recording instead of just 12MP of the previous iPhone. While the standard iPhone models are expected to use the A15 chip again and the camera will keep the 12MP lens.
Another standout feature rumored to be on the iPhone 14 Pro models is the Always-on-Display, which integrates with iOS 16’s new lock screen widgets.
According to leaked news, Apple will launch 4 new iPhone models in September including iPhone 14 (6.1 inch screen), iPhone 14 Max (6.7 inch), iPhone 14 Pro (6.1 inch). ) and iPhone 14 Pro Max (6.7 inches). The iPhone 14 mini (5.4-inch) model may be discontinued. Upgrades with the standard iPhone 14 model could include RAM, a front-facing camera with autofocus, and Wi-Fi 6E support.
Last year, all four iPhone 13 models were announced on September 14, for pre-order from September 17, on shelves on September 24 in the US and more than 30 other countries. As usual, Apple’s new iPhones are launched in September every year, except for the iPhone 12 (2020) model introduced in October due to the Covid-19 pandemic.