Are you waiting for an other launch from apple company? So don’t worry your wait is about to over. Apple is going to launch iPhone 14 pro max in the middle of September 2022.
The price might surprise you but the features worth all the investment. a significant design change, including a punch hole cutout for the selfie camera and Face ID modules, faster hardware, and a bit rise in price- Apple will bring all of this to you in September 2022.
iPhone 14 price:
You might hear a lot of rumor’s going around but do not trust them. As the price is not yet decided and apple is still considering the invention to set up the price. So, unfortunately you have to wait for it but a rough draft looks something like this:
- Apple iPhone 14: $799
- Apple iPhone 14 max: $899
- Apple iPhone 14 pro: $1099
- Apple iPhone 14 pro max: $1199
The reason being high price of iPhone 14 family is its enhanced features. The price may vary but it would be around the estimated price.
|Display:||1284 x 2778 Pixels , 6.7 inches,|
|Camera:||rear facing: quad: 12 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP|
|Front facing:||dual: 12 MP|
|Ram:||8 GB RAM|
|Storage:||256 GB, 512 GB built in storage|
|Battery:||li-ion- 4500 MAh (non removable)|
|Sim:||dual sim (Nano sim)|
|Price:||not confirmed might be $1199|
iPhone 14 camera:
You will see that apple made a huge difference between the previously launched phone camera and iPhone 14 series. 1/1.3 inch 48 MP camera sensor is likely to be seen on iPhone 14 pro max.
This would be the biggest camera sensor ever put into an iPhone. The iPhone 14’s Night mode should benefit from the quad pixel binning, which should deliver excellent low-light image quality. It appears that Sony will supply the iPhone 14 with the new bigger sensors, while LG will be in charge of producing the camera modules for the iPhone 14.
Furthermore, the new sensor will enable the main camera to capture 8K footage. iPhones can currently only capture 4K video at 60 frames per second, and based on Kuo’s predictions, we won’t see a resolution upgrade this year. That’s fine, though: capturing 4K video at 60 frames per second is a standard that’s likely to persist for the time being. Given the huge boost in video recording with the iPhone 13 series, an iPhone 14 without any significant improvements will suffice.
All of these useful camera enhancements will, however, increase Apple’s expenditures, which will most certainly be passed on to the end consumer. It’s reasonable to assume that just the top-end iPhone 14 Pro Max will get the new and enhanced camera technology initially, so don’t expect a significant price increase across the board just yet.