Social media has been abuzz with the leaks and rumours about the much-anticipated iPhone 14 series. They have even helped give us an idea of how the 2022 iPhone models may look like. While announcing its financial results for the January-March quarter, Apple had warned that COVID-19 lockdowns in China could disrupt the supply chain. Now, a United Daily News report (via MacRumors) has claimed that the Cupertino giant has begun preparations for the much-awaited iPhone 14 lineup earlier than usual in order to make sure the launch isn’t delayed.
In view of any possible impact of future lockdowns, Apple has asked Foxconn to start hiring people. It’s usually off-season, and to meet Apple’s need, Foxconn appears to have increased the bonus by 30%. These steps will not only ensuring the timely release of the iPhone 14 series, but will also help Apple keep production of the iPhone 13 series on track.
A few days ago, the possible release date of the iPhone 14 serieswas leaked. An iDropNews report claimed that the iPhone 14 series will launch in September, which is the usual time for new iPhone launches. It said that Apple is reportedly hosting an event for the iPhone 14 lineup on September 13.
Also, there is no official word regarding the launch timeline yet and the date could be completely different. Having said that, Apple is still expected to hold its launch event in September 2022. Regarding the expectations from Apple’s event, the launch of several products is likely.
The main attraction will be the iPhone 14’s four models – iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. While the iPhone 14 and Pro models are expected to have a 6.1-inch display, the other two models could feature a larger 6.7-inch screen. All models are expected to come with a 120Hz ProMotion display.
Other than that, the rumoured Apple Watch Series 8, the rumored AirPods Pro 2, and even a few Macs are expected to be launched. However, the aforementioned details aren’t official and therefore, we can’t trust them. The speculations, rumours and buzz around the upcoming Apple iPhone 14 series continue ahead of its much-awaited launch this year.