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The iPhone 14 isn’t quite available yet, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have plenty of information about it. Whether you’re planning to buy it as soon as it comes out or you just want to learn more about it, this roundup of everything we know so far about the iPhone 14 will help! Be sure to bookmark this page, because we’ll be updating it regularly with any new information that becomes available – and if you have questions that aren’t answered here, please feel free to ask in the comments section below!
The Current iPhone
While it’s no surprise that Apple plans to release an iPhone 11, we don’t know much else. It will almost certainly have an edge-to-edge display with few (if any) buttons. It might have a larger screen than previous models, and it may—or may not—have a Face ID feature (depending on whether you trust Apple to stick with its old design or if you think they’ll be tweaking it). Beyond that, there isn’t much concrete information.
Is It Really Time For An Upgrade?
If you’re not sure whether it’s time to upgrade, ask yourself one question: Do you have enough space on your phone? If you’re constantly deleting photos and videos to make room for new ones, it might be time to think about getting a larger memory card. If you don’t want to add any more equipment or are simply impatient, consider lowering your photo resolution before taking pictures (or just use Instagram).
What To Expect from Apple
With several years of experience in all manner of Apple rumors, we can safely say that nothing is confirmed until an official announcement from Apple itself. While we’re sure that many people are hoping to see a headphone jack or dual-lens camera on their next phone, there’s no guarantee that these features will make it into upcoming models—so don’t get your hopes up. To keep yourself informed but not disappointed, focus on product releases and upgrades rather than new products themselves. For example, if you’re interested in an iPhone with a dual-lens camera then watch to see when other phones with dual-lens cameras are coming out.
The Rumored Design
According to several sources, including analysts from IHS Markit and KGI Securities, Apple plans to release a smartphone with an OLED display that wraps around its left and right edges. These panels are so flexible that Apple will be able to curve them back toward its corners, turning what looks like a traditional rectangle into a rounded square. It’s not clear whether or not these curves will make it easier to hold the phone or just provide an added aesthetic flair. An edge-to-edge display will allow Apple more freedom in making future iPhones larger without reducing screen size. Rumors suggest that up to 5 inches of usable screen space will remain on either side of its curved display panel, giving Apple more room to pack in pixels while maintaining comfortable one-handed use.
Price Points and Final Thoughts
It’s not clear how much Apple will charge for its next smartphone. You can bet it will be more than $1,000, as some reports claim. But beyond that, little is known about pricing. It’s hard to predict what pricing will look like without knowing what new features we might see on an upgraded device. The question becomes whether those new features are worth paying a premium price for when you already have a perfectly good model in your pocket right now. If there’s one thing we know about Apple products, it’s that they rarely come cheap – even if they don’t include unnecessary bells and whistles.