The iPhone 14 Pro prices could increase over the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max which start at $999 and $1,099 in the United States.
It has been rumored since earlier this year that Apple is probably going to replace one color in the iPhone 14 lineup, especially in the Pro series, with a new option. It has been the company's go-to move for a while now, so it stands to reason that trend will continue this year. And for fans of purple, the wait is almost over.
All future Pro-branded iPhones, rather than just this year's iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, are expected to exclusively use Apple's latest mobile chips.
An always-on display on Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 Pro models will reportedly keep iOS 16's lock screen widgets visible on the screen at all times.
There are more than a few different features that could be considered "oft-requested" for iOS. One of them, for instance, is widgets on the Lock Screen. And that's finally happening with the impending arrival of iOS 16, which is set to launch later this fall. So, what about another one of those features iOS users have been waiting so "patiently" for, like the always-on display?
Apple is expected to equip all models of the iPhone 14 family with 6GB of RAM, but the Pro-branded models are said to use much faster LPDDR5 memory.
Apple's iPhone 14 Pro models could utilize always-on screens to display useful information on your lock screen without draining battery life significantly.
Apple will reportedly swap the "low-end" front shooter for a "high-end" selfie camera across all iPhone 14 models, bringing improvements such as autofocus and other perks.
First-world problem: 3D printed mockups based on leaked CAD measurements suggest that your current iPhone 13 cases won't fit the upcoming iPhone 14 family.
All iPhone 14 models should bring autofocus to the front-facing selfie camera for clearer images, enhanced focus during FaceTime video calls and other perks.
This year's upcoming iPhone 14 models is rumored to add satellite connectivity for SOS response features and emergency contacts anywhere there's satellite coverage.
The tentatively named iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max should swap their twelve-megapixel camera for a new 48-megapixel sensor said to use smaller pixels.