Recent Leak Suggests Our iPhone 14 Price Estimates May Be Inaccurate

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As the expected release date of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro draws near, new information on the devices has begun to come out, with a big dump coming from yeux1122 on the Korean website Naver.

The billboard quotes an anonymous U.S.-based developer with access to a finalized, mass-produced iPhone 14. However, the most exciting information revealed by this leak has nothing to do with the iPhone 14’s technology but its price.

If yeux1122 is correct, other rumors about the iPhone 14 price may take an unexpected turn. For example, reports have suggested that perhaps the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max can both see a $100 price hike, although this may not occur anyway. In the same vein, yeux1122 may be pointing to a lower price for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, making the base devices more affordable if the Pro editions are out of reach.

According to yeux1122, one of the most recent speculations about the iPhone 14 is that it will support 30W wired quick charging. While there appear to be no plans to increase the maximum 15W wireless MagSafe charging, increasing that to 30W is a welcome improvement for most iPhone fans.

If the idea that Apple will stop including iPhone chargers in boxes is accurate, it will become necessary to look for a suitable charger on your own. Considering the MagSafe, the magnetic loop on the rear of the iPhone 14 seems to have more pull than in previous models. Moreover, a new MagSafe battery attachment, possibly expanding upon the existing Apple MagSafe Battery Pack, is said to be unveiled.

As the yeux1122 states, this innovative charging technology would be ideal for a small battery. However, if earlier rumors are accurate, the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s battery size will be smaller than that of the 13 Pro Max. Meanwhile, the Pro Max ranks highly on lists of the best smartphones with the most robust battery. Thus, Apple may reduce the battery capacity by a small amount while keeping the performance.

Additional information from the leaks indicates that the latest Apple A16 chip is not quite as fast as initially suggested by assessments. However, it still outperforms the previous A15 chip in terms of performance. Furthermore, it has superior heat resistance to its predecessor, allowing it to work reliably for long periods. According to rumors, the new A16 chipset will only be available in the iPhone 14 Pro. In contrast, the base iPhone 14 models will use the same A15 chip we have seen in iPhone 13 series previously.

The rumored color options for the Apple iPhone 14 are the final piece of information we can glean from this source. A report by yeux1122 claims that the standard iPhone 14 could arrive in green, blue, purple, black, red, and white. On the other hand, the Pro model will come in purple, green, silver, gold, and graphite.

Although we cannot verify the validity of the allegations made here, we have found that many of these leaks are consistent with the information we have gathered from other sources. The claimed low cost is the biggest surprise. However, we still have to wait a little more to see its accuracy. Considering that the Apple event on September 7 is less than a week away, it’s safe to assume that’s the occasion when the company will unveil its newest iPhone 14 lineup alongside many other products.

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