Analysts: The iPhone 14 series is expected to go into mass production in early August to confirm four models
According to recent supply chain rumors, the iPhone 14 will arrive on a Tuesday in September, despite the pandemic and other issues affecting stock availability, which will not disrupt Apple's regular schedule. The iPhone 14 series is expected to begin mass production as early as early August, with the smaller iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models starting production, according to a new report from j.p. Morgan.
It should be noted, however, that the iPhone 13 series went into mass production as early as July last year, so the stock of the iPhone 14 series is likely to be smaller than last year's, so those who want to grab the first iPhone will need to be quick.
According to industry sources, there are currently four models in the iPhone 14 line: the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Max, the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will inherit the design of its predecessor, which is a new model that will have a 6.7-inch screen the same size as the Pro Max version, but otherwise keep the same hardware.
As for the iPhone 14 Pro, there will be big changes, most notably that the screen will for the first time not be bangs, but instead will be perforated with "exclamation marks", which will significantly increase the screen size.
Specific parameters are as follows:
IPhone 14:6.1-inch fringe screen, 60Hz refresh rate, A15 processor, 6GB RAM, 1200W main camera;
IPhone 14 Max: 6.7-inch Fringe screen, 60Hz refresh rate, A15 processor, 6GB RAM, 1200W main camera;
IPhone 14 Pro: 6.1-inch "Exclamation mark" perforated screen, 120Hz LTPO adaptive refresh rate, ultra-narrow bezels, 6GB RAM, A16 processor, 4800W main camera, 8K video shooting;
IPhone 14 Pro Max: 6.7-inch "Exclamation mark" hole-out screen, 120Hz LTPO adaptive refresh rate, ultra-narrow bezels, 6GB RAM, A16 processor, 4800W main camera, 8K video.