According to the latest reports regarding the new series of Apple, it seems that the Cupertino company has plans to delete the Mini model of the series iPhone 14. Let’s find out why.
iPhone 14 in two different sizes: goodbye to the mini model?
According to some reports Apple will cancel the mini model in the iPhone 14 series. The reason is that the mini model sales are lower to Apple’s expectations. It seems that fans of the brand are not so enthusiastic about having a smartphone with a small display.
According to LeaksApplePro, next year’s iPhone lineup will consist of two devices, gives 6.1 inches and two 6.7 inches. This means there will be no mini models next year. In addition to poor sales, Apple also hopes to increase the gap between its regular models e i Pro models.
It also appears that the Cupertino tech giant has decided to cut the iPhone 14 mini product line next year due to the indifferent consumer response about the 12 mini series.
There isn’t that much information about the iPhone 14 series at the moment. All we know from various rumors and reports is that, however, they may still be coming. four devices in 2022. L‘iPhone 14 and theiPhone 14 Pro will use a 6.06-inch screen while theiPhone 14 Max and theiPhone 14 Pro Max will be available with a larger 6.68-inch display.
Furthermore, the two basic versions of iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will use display LTPS. Instead the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be equipped with LTPO screens.
In terms of core configuration, the Apple iPhone 14 series will come with a new A16 Bionic processor. The chip is built with a 4nm manufacturing process. Except for the base version of the iPhone 14, which still uses a dual rear camera setup, the other three models all come with a triple rear camera configuration.
At the same time, the main camera of the two high-profile models will be updated. We expect a 48MP 1 / 1.3 inch sensor and, according to further reports, the new camera from 48MP could be used for a ultra-wide lens. We conclude by reminding you to take all this information with a grain of salt, waiting for an official confirmation from Apple.