Apple is preparing to unveil the iPhone 14 at its next event on September 7, with sales starting on September 16, according to a report on Wednesday from Bloomberg. 

The report says that Apple store employees have been told to prepare for “a major new product release” on the 16th — a rollout plan that would follow Apple’s habit of making new products available about a week after they’re announced. 

The iPhone 14 is rumored to have a notch-less display, the same 6.1-inch size as the iPhone 13, and will come with a $100 price hike. Now this will demotivate some buyers as with the $100 hike still there won’t be the latest chipset on the non-Pro models, only the Pro models are supposed to get the latest chipset…

Now according to the rumors, there will be four devices in the series, two pro, and two non-pro variants, but unlike the previous year this year, the mini has been replaced with a Max variant which will have an identical size to the Pro Max. Now, this max variant won’t have a triple camera setup just the normal dual camera setup, and will be featuring last year’s chipset…

Still stay tuned in for the event and the exact specs… and we’ll be posting the new pricing for the iPhone 14 series…

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