A Guide to the iPhone 14 Size


If you’re in the market for a new iPhone, you might be wondering what to look for. Here’s a guide to the iPhone 14 size and what it means for you. Apple’s new iPhones often come in several sizes. Depending on your preference, you can choose between the iPhone 14 Pro. In addition to this, you should also know how to tell the difference between these three models. The following are some of the key differences between the three models.

iPhone 14

Apple is rumored to be reworking its iPhone lineup to make the new phone a bit smaller than its predecessors. The size is smaller because the company removed the “notch” from all iPhone 14 models. The notch took up a large area of the display and enabled the screen to be smaller. That means the iPhone 14 will feature a 48 MP wide-angle lens and a larger battery. Other rumored changes include a new curved screen and a larger battery.

In September 2022, Apple is expected to introduce four iPhone 14 models. The new models are expected to be unveiled at an event during the first or second week of September. Apple has said it will stagger the release dates of new iPhones to avoid a glut of inventory. Its events are usually held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The date for the iPhone 14 launch is usually a week after the Apple event. Its launch dates are also expected to be around the same time as the iPhone 13 launch.

As for the iPhone 14’s release date, rumors suggest that it could be on September 14. Apple has been using the first two Tuesday of September for its announcements, so we can expect to see the new phone on the 13th. But there’s always the possibility that the phone will debut on September 6, 2022 or even September 13, 2022. Most events are held in Apple Park headquarters in California and start at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, which means that the iPhone will be available for sale on September 16 in the United States and in Europe.

iPhone 14 Pro

The iPhone 14. Pro sizes have not been confirmed yet, but the rumor mills are predicting a 6.1-inch and a 6.7-inch display. Both models will likely sport Face ID and a larger battery, which means they will be thinner and lighter than their predecessors. You can find more details about the features of the new phones at Apple’s website. If you have been waiting for an iPhone with Face ID, you can find it here.

Apple is ditching the Liu Haiping solution for an LTPO PLED display in the iPhone 14 Pro. Despite the smaller pixel size, Apple is still using the same ‘hole-digging’ method, and the result resembles an exclamation mark. You can see this on the size chart below. The final result, however, isn’t all that much better than the iPhone 13 Pro’s small bangs.

Both the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Max will share the same general design. Like the iPhones released last year, the new phones will sport a 6.1-inch display and a 6.7-inch screen. Both devices will also feature the new i-shaped notch. This notch will make it possible for iOS to display more icons on the status bar. The iPhone 14 Max will also retain the dual-camera setup.

iPhone 14 Mini

The iPhone 14 mini size is said to be smaller than the larger iPhone 14. But that is not to say the phone will be smaller than the iPhone 13 mini. It is expected that the mini will continue to be available for the foreseeable future. The iPhone 14 will come with a bigger screen. The iPhone 13 mini’s display size was a 5.4-inch screen, while the larger iPhone 14 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch screen.

The iPhone 13 series was released earlier this year. The mini had lower sales, but the iPhone 12 Pro Max did. So it is very possible that Apple will drop the mini size. Apple leaker Jon Prosser recently tweeted that the company is considering phasing out the smaller size and bringing back the iPhone 13 and iPhone SE instead. But even if this happens, Apple will still sell the iPhone 14 series and the iPhone 14 mini.

Some rumors indicate that Apple will introduce a new version of the iPhone 14 next year. However, Young’s rumors about the size are just speculative, and there’s no guarantee. It’s possible that the new iPhone 14 lineup will sport a 120Hz ProMotion display. Nonetheless, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 Pro models are expected to have the same design. A recent report by Nikkei Asian Review reveals that Apple will finally go all-in on 5G connectivity in 2022.