New Delhi: The next instalment of the iPhone, iPhone 14 is likely to launch on September 7. The biggest development in the market, we could see the discontinuation of the mini version of the iPhone 14. However, it is believed that the company will unveil iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The biggest question that arises here is why Apple may not launch the iPhone 14 mini. Below here, we are going to explain it.
Why does Apple unlikely to unveil a mini version of the iPhone 14?
Apple introduced the mini-series of 5.4-inch in the year 2020 of the iPhone 12 mini. At that time, iPhone 12 was touted to be the smallest, thinnest phone. Despite a lot of efforts, the company could not get enough market for iPhone 12 mini, bringing disappointment to the company.
In the next installment, Apple launched iPhone 13 mini with a slightly bigger battery than the one in iPhone 12 mini. However, people did not show much interest to buy the phone. Owing to this, it was inevitable that Apple would drop the mini factor from iPhone 14 series.
The market experts suggest people are these days looking for phones with a bigger display. It is important to note that Apple has not discontinued the mini model of the iPhone 13.
iPhone 14 features and price (expected)
iPhone 14 may bring a 6.06-inch OLED display that will offer 450 pixels per inch and a 120 Hz refresh rate, according to the rumours in the market. The phone will be powered by Apple Bionic A16 Chipset and will run on iOS 16.
As per the reports, the phone will come with a 50-megapixel primary sensor alongside a 13-megapixel shooter. For selfie lovers, the phone will offer a 13-megapixel front camera. Under the hood, the phone will be packed with a 3,279mAh battery.
It is believed that Apple will charge around Rs 80,000 for the base version of the phone with 6GB RAM + 128GB storage facility.