Little by little, the iPhone 14 is taking shape. But as there should be four versions, it is not always easy to navigate. One thing is certain, however: the cheaper the iPhone 14, the fewer new features and premium options it will have. It’s a truism of course, but it’s worth remembering because some can expect, at least hope, to have the best of Apple technologies in the least expensive of the Cupertino company’s smartphones. This will not be the case.
In September 2022, we should therefore discover four iPhone 14s with two screen sizes compared to three currently. The mini model and its 5.4-inch skylight will disappear and make way for an iPhone Max with a 6.7-inch screen. Or the same size as the iPhone Pro Max. So we recap: a 6.1-inch iPhone 14, a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. Obviously, the prices will be progressive. According to the first rumors from savvy tech analysts, the iPhone 14 will be sold for 909 euros, the same price as today for the iPhone 13. The iPhone 14 Max should start at 1009 euros while the two Pro models should be marketed from, respectively, 1159 euros and 1259 euros. Of course, the iPhone 14s won’t have the same specs as the Pros.
While we insistently mention the disappearance of the notch on the front of the screen, it could only be effective on the Pro models. Another notable feature that would be for smartphones well over 1000 euros, the screen refresh rate. Today, both iPhone 13 Pro models feature adaptive screen refresh of up to 120 Hz, which offers a marked improvement in the fluidity of navigation on your smartphone. And many thought that Apple would go one step further by offering these 120 Hz to all its iPhone 14. This will obviously not be the case. Several leakers believe that there will always be a separation of property on this subject between the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro. Understand that the screen refresh rate of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will always peak at 60Hz at most. This would be a relative disappointment for buyers. But that would mark the border between those who spend more or less than 1000 euros (nearly nine euros, we grant you) for an iPhone.