At the “Far Out” presentation slated for September 7, it is anticipated that Apple would present new iPhones this week. Four models—the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max—might be part of the iPhone 14 lineup. There are several rumors that the larger iPhone 14 Max will take the place of the iPhone 13 mini.
What can we anticipate from the purported iPhone 14 Max? Here is all the information we have on the iPhone 14 Max.
The iPhone 14 Max Features, requirements, and cost (rumoured)
Similar to how the iPhone 14 Pro Max will be to the iPhone 14 Pro, the iPhone 14 Max is rumored to be the larger sibling of the standard iPhone 14.
Therefore, it should have a larger display, which is rumored to be 6.7 inches. The iPhone 14 is anticipated to have a 6.1-inch screen. According to rumors, the iPhone 14 Max would also include a notch, rather than the pill-shaped cutout found on non-Pro iPhones.
Furthermore, it is said that the iPhone 14 Max will have an OLED display but will not support 120Hz ProMotion because that feature is only available on the iPhone 14 Pro models.
In terms of other features, the iPhone 14 Max and the iPhone 14 would not differ significantly. The two forthcoming models would have identical cameras to the iPhone 13 and 13 mini, which may be a pair of 12MP wide and ultrawide sensors with some slight upgrades.
Additionally, the two are rumored to include the same A15 Bionic CPU as the iPhone 13 series from a year ago.
Since the iPhone 14 Max would have more room to hold a larger battery, one might anticipate it to have a larger battery than the iPhone 14. According to rumors, the iPhone 14 Max could have a 4325mAh battery.
For those looking for a more compact high-end phone, the iPhone 13 mini was a fantastic choice. The features and feature sets of the iPhone 12 small and 13 mini were comparable to those of their full-sized counterparts. However, despite people’s desire to purchase a smaller-sized iPhone mini online, the iPhone 12 mini or 13 mini did not attract a lot of interest.
According to a research from Consumer Research Intelligence Partners (CIRP), sales of the iPhone 13 small in the US during Q1 2022 only made up 3% of the entire sales of the iPhone 13 series. Other iPhone models performed significantly better in contrast; the regular iPhone 13 had a 38% share. The same thing occurred a year ago, when only 6% of US customers purchased an iPhone 12 mini in the first two months following its release. Therefore, the mini-sized iPhone’s demise was not an unexpected development.