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Apple sets event for September 7 and should launch iPhone 14

iPhone 14 should mark the end of the Mini version and a new strategy for the Pro line; Apple Watch may get a model aimed at those who practice sports

Apple’s next event already has date and time to happen: September 7, at 2pm (EST). The company sent out invitations by email. As usual, the company does not go into detail about what will be presented – the message brings only images of space and the phrase “Far out”, something like “Far away”. Still, as far as we know, we should know the iPhone 14 – and more.

The event will take place at the Steve Jobs Teather in Apple Park, with online streaming from the company’s website. And the iPhone 14 should be just one of Apple’s new features.

The iOS 16, presented at WWDC, will be made official, and the new generation of Apple Watches, the Series 8, should also show up.

iPhone 14: end of the Mini version and new features in the Pro line

The leaks and inside information give some hints of what we can expect from the iPhone 14. The line should be composed of four models, two from the regular line and two from the Pro line. The Pro iPhones should get the biggest new features. The notch in the screen will be replaced by two holes to house the Face ID sensors and the front camera. The cameras on the more expensive line will also receive considerable improvements.

Apple will probably change its strategy regarding the Pro models. They should also be the only ones to receive new chips – the iPhone 14 will have the same A15 Bionic as the iPhone 13.

The cameras on the more expensive line will also receive considerable improvements. The main camera will have a 48-megapixel sensor, while the ultrawide and zoom cameras will have 12 megapixels. Upgrades in battery and video recording are also expected.

 

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